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Journal on School Educational Technology

2009 Volume 4, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 9

  1. WebQuests: A Tool for All Teachers

    Laura Rader

    Classroom teachers are assuming more and more responsibility for meeting the needs of students from a larger number of diverse backgrounds and with increasingly diverse special needs. Many... More

    pp. 1-5

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  2. A Computer Supported Co-Operative Learning Course to Promote the Use of ICT in Practical and Creative Education

    G. Thorsteinsson & Tom Page

    Learning scientists have discovered that deep learning is more likely to occur in complex social and technological environments, one example of this is computer-supported collaborative learning ... More

    pp. 6-12

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  3. The Use of Web Cameras for Video Conferencing in Field Experience Supervision

    Kimberly Zgonc, Kymberly Harris & Dana Sparkman

    For universities located in rural areas, field placement supervisors often find it difficult to locate placements for student teachers who are specialized in areas (e.g., special education, P.E.)... More

    pp. 13-16

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  4. Virtual Classroom: A Boon to Learners

    R. Ananthasayanam, Thangam Rajathi & B. Tamilselvi

    Demands for a more personalized approach to education as well as flexibility have spurred learners to seek alternatives to the traditional approach. As a result of technological advantages in... More

    pp. 17-22

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  5. Students Need Innovative Educational Tools in the Classroom Now

    Elizabeth M. Hunter & Hope M. Jordan

    This paper addresses both the need and benefit of using technology in our K-12 and higher education settings. It also provides suggestions and samples for application of modern technology in... More

    pp. 23-29

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  6. Honing Language Skills Using Blogs

    A. R. Bhavana

    Proficiency in English is a prerequisite for students to bag a place in the on/off campus interviews. Irrespective of the profession, vocation and background the students have to hone their LSRW... More

    pp. 30-33

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  7. Virtual Classroom: Architecture and Its Future in Educational Institutions

    M. Parthasarathy, R. Ananthasayanam & R. Ravi

    The educational system around the world is undergoing a tremendous change in the area of knowledge and strategy. In general, the curriculum practices have revolutionized by the academicians and... More

    pp. 34-40

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  8. Evaluating the Promise of Computer-Based Reading Interventions with Students with Reading Difficulties

    Sekhar S. Pindiprolu & David E. Forbush

    The ability to read is essential to school-based learning and skilled responding in an information rich society. Unfortunately, many students in today's schools do not become skilled readers. Many ... More

    pp. 41-49

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  9. Teacher Technology Literacy: Effects of Alternative Delivery Modes

    Jeremy I. Tutty & Michele Alfieri

    The task of preparing teachers to use technology in the classroom now extends beyond the walls of the university and into the classrooms of in-service teachers, as many states require technology... More

    pp. 50-55

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