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Journal on School Educational Technology

2013 Volume 8, Number 4

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Bringing ICT to Teach Science Education for Students with Learning Difficulties

    H. G. Jeya Harish, R. Krishna Kumar & B. William Dharma Raja

    The purpose of the following study was to examine the impact of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Science classrooms of students with Learning Disabilities. Teachers were positive... More

    pp. 1-5

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  2. Determining the Outcomes of an Innovative Solution for at Risk Students: Using the Tri-Squared Test as Advanced Statistical Analysis to Verify the Impact of Ninth Grade Freshman Academies, Centers, and Center Models upon Minority Student Retention and Achievement

    James Edward Osler & Carl Waden

    This paper discusses the implementation of the Tri-Squared Test as one of many advanced statistical measures used to verify and validate the outcomes of an initial study on academic professional's ... More

    pp. 6-15

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  3. Using an Augmentative and Alternative Communication Device to Teach a Preschooler with Developmental Delays to Request Assistance and Seek Attention

    Nicole Talkington, T. F. McLaughlin, K. Mark Derby & Alison Clark

    The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of augmentative communication (AAC), specifically a Flip 'n Talk device, with a preschool student with developmental delays. Also, during... More

    pp. 16-21

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  4. Structure of Student Time Management Scale (STMS)

    M. Balamurugan

    With the aim of constructing a Student Time Management Scale (STMS), the initial version was administered and data were collected from 523 standard eleventh students. (Mean age = 15.64). The data... More

    pp. 22-28

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  5. A Study on Mobile Learning as a Learning Style in Modern Research Practice

    D. R. Robert Joan

    Mobile learning is a kind of learning that takes place via a portable handheld electronic device. It also refers to learning via other kinds of mobile devices such as tablet computers, net-books... More

    pp. 29-37

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  6. Post Graduate Student's Perceptions of the Pedagogical Benefits of Web 2.0 Applications

    K. Thiyagu

    Most people believe that our schools and colleges are failing to teach kids and youngsters in the 21st century skills they will need in order to succeed in the future (Rachna Rathore 2009). Even as... More

    pp. 38-44

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