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Universal Journal of Educational Research

2014 Volume 2, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Attitudinal Study of User and Non-User Teachers' towards ICT in Relation to Their School Teaching Subjects

    Chhavi Lal

    The present study aimed to know the attitude towards ICT of user and non-user teachers of ICT. The data were collected from 40 (20 male and 20 Female) user and non-user of ICT secondary school... More

    pp. 213-218

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  2. Assistive Technology and Mathematics Education

    Joseph P. Akpan & Lawrence A. Beard

    Educators and caregivers now have the opportunity to individualize and differentiate instructions with many technological devices never before available. Assistive Technology is being introduced in... More

    pp. 219-222

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  3. Educational Games for Learning

    Peña-Miguel Noemí & Sedano Hoyuelos Máximo

    The introduction of new technologies in society has created a need for interactive contents that can make the most of the potential that technological advances offer. Serious games as educational... More

    pp. 230-238

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  4. Use of Audiovisual Texts in University Education Process

    Evgeniy P. Aleksandrov

    Audio-visual learning technologies offer great opportunities in the development of students' analytical and projective abilities. These technologies can be used in classroom activities and for... More

    pp. 252-255

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  5. Pre-Service and In-Service Teachers' Perceptions toward White Board System Prior to Actual Experience

    Ju Park

    Using sample of survey data by pre-service and in-service teachers attending at a regional campus, this study examined how undergraduate and graduate students, in education major, perceived... More

    pp. 262-270

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  6. Played or Player: Education, Technologies and Organisational Politics

    Abdulrahman Essa Al Lily

    This interdisciplinary work lies at the intersection of education, technology and political sociology. It is intended to contribute to the politicisation of educational technologies, something that... More

    pp. 271-293

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