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Journal of Computing in Teacher Education

1997 Volume 13, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Online Mentoring: Reflections and Suggestions

    John M. Rogan

    Reports a study of "Reach for the Sky," a telecommunications project offering rural teachers access to the Internet and online courses. Teachers received Internet training, then became mentors for ... More

    pp. 5-13

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  2. Collaboration and Networked Technology: A Case Study in Teaching Educational Computing

    John Eklund & Peter Eklund

    Describes an investigation into the use of the World Wide Web as a teaching tool in a computer studies methods course and a computer literacy course at two Australian universities. Student and... More

    pp. 14-19

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  3. A Tale of Two Classrooms

    Sarah M. Brewer & David R. Erickson

    Describes the content, methods, and challenges of a graduate level course, "Computers and Other Educational Technologies," for all master of education students at the University of Montana. One... More

    pp. 20-22

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  4. Training for Telecommunications: Examining the Effects of Video- and Computer-Based Instruction on Preservice Teachers' Achievement, Near-Transfer Performance, and Perception of Instruction

    Karen S. Ivers & Ann E. Barron

    Discusses the results of two different delivery methods (video and computer-based instruction) for teaching preservice educators how to use an electronic mail system. Analysis of student... More

    pp. 23-29

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