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Journal on School Educational Technology

2010 Volume 5, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Understanding Innovation: Classifying Technology Usage for Real Integration and Value

    Jerry P. Galloway

    Educators, calling for quality and effective use of technology, lack distinction more often illustrating the problem than their ideals. Technology educators demonstrate, in an anecdotal fashion,... More

    pp. 1-10

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  2. Development of Instructional Modules for ICT Enabled Curriculum Transaction for Various Subjects at Secondary Level for Teacher Empowerment and Their Quality Assessment

    G. V Gopal, G. Viswanathappa, P. Mohan Kumar, K. Biju & Nadeemulla Sharif

    Integrated instructional module in various subject areas at secondary level for Kerala was developed in a workshop mode and a CD was prepared using Linux-base. Training was given to the teachers in... More

    pp. 11-17

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  3. The FISTE Project from a Teacher's Perspective

    G. Thorsteinsson & Tom Page

    One of the aims of the Socrates Comenius 2.1 action is to prepare programmes, courses, strategies or teaching material for training the staff involved in education. In this respect, in the frame of... More

    pp. 18-25

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  4. Influence of Learning Management Systems Self-Efficacy on E-Learning Performance

    Florence Martin, Jeremy I. Tutty & Yuyan Su

    Recent advancements in technology have changed the way educators teach and students learn (Wells, Fieger & Lange, 2005). In the last decade, educational trends have progressed towards online... More

    pp. 26-35

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  5. Computer-Supported Instruction in Enhancing the Performance of Dyscalculics

    S. Praveen Kumar & B. William Dharma Raja

    The use of instructional media is an essential component of teaching-learning process which contributes to the efficiency as well as effectiveness of the teaching-learning process. Computer... More

    pp. 36-41

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  6. Learning Difficulties in English for Rural Learners

    G. Singaravelu

    The present study illuminates and diagnoses the learning problems of the rural learners in English Grammar at standard VI. Present study may be useful to ameliorate the rural learners for acquiring... More

    pp. 42-45

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