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International Journal of Instructional Media

2006 Volume 33, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. A Comparison of the Integration of Instructional Technology between American and Chinese High School Teachers

    Chenfeng Zhang & Xiaohong Liu

    This article deals with a survey of technology skills levels, integration of instructional technology in high school classrooms, with both American and Chinese high school teachers. The purpose of ... More

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  2. Socrates and Technology a New Millennium Conversation

    W Gary Howard

    The Socratic Method has impacted thinkers and instructors from Hegel, who moved through the negation to the negation of the negation, to Marx, who viewed history through dialectical materialism, to... More

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  3. A Constructivist Approach to Designing Computer Supported Concept-Mapping Environment

    Li Siu Cheung

    In the past two decades, there has been a proliferation of research activities on exploring the use of concept maps to support teaching and learning of various knowledge disciplines which range... More

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  4. Strategic Use of Digital Learning Resources in Designing E-Lessons

    Myint Swe Khine

    The purpose of this study is to find out perceptions of the trainee teachers on the efficacy of the SchoolDNA learning management system. The 17-item questionnaire was designed to find out the... More

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  5. Students' Take: After School Programming for Young People

    Jim Donlevy

    This article deals with one interesting area of Thirteen/WNET's website (www.thirteen.org), which is Students' Take, designed especially for children in after school programs. Students' Take offers... More

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  6. Teachers, Technology and Training: Future-Point Learning

    Jim Donlevy

    With all the predictions of rapid and continuing change, it is curious that so many schools around the world have adopted standards-based reform models to capture the precise knowledge and skills... More

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