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Journal of Research on Computing in Education

1990 Volume 22, Number 3

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Number of articles: 5

  1. The Evolution of Distance Learning: Technology-Mediated Interactive Learning

    Christopher J. Dede

    Summarizes a paper prepared for the Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) on the evolution of distance learning which begins by describing technological, the demographic, economic, political, and... More

    pp. 247-64

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  2. Relation of Computer Attitudes and Computer Attributions to Enrollment in High School Computer Courses and Self-Perceived Computer Proficiency

    N Jo Campbell & Janice E. Williams

    Describes a study of high school students that presents two exploratory path analyses of potentially relevant variables influencing both computer course enrollment and self-perceived computer... More

    pp. 276-89

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  3. Children and Animated Computer Icons

    Tom Jones

    Describes study that was carried out at the University of Calgary to determine how elementary school children conceive of computer-related tasks and how this information might be used to generate... More

    pp. 300-9

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  4. Computerized Learner Supports in Pre-Logo Programming Environments

    Rina S. Cohen

    Discusses the use of pre-Logo microworlds for elementary school children and describes developments that are being made to alleviate problems encountered in classroom implementation of the... More

    pp. 310-35

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  5. The Effect of User-Specified Language Elements on Learning to Program

    Laurence A. Madeo & David A. Bird

    Discussion of the benefits of allowing programers to use their own words in programing focuses on a study of graduate students that tested whether an experimental group who specified their own... More

    pp. 336-47

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