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Technology, Pedagogy and Education

March 2008 Volume 17, Number 1

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Exploring Amplifications and Reductions Associated with E-Learning: Conversations with Leaders of E-Learning Programs

    Heather Kanuka & Liam Rourke

    The purpose of this study was to probe more deeply into the changes that are occurring in higher education as a result of the use of e-learning technology. An interpretive approach using... More

    pp. 5-15

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  2. Faculty Integration of Technology in Teacher Preparation: Outcomes of a Development Model

    Sharon Judge & Blanche O'Bannon

    This article reports on a faculty development model that uses a variety of approaches and strategies to help faculty restructure their curricula and effectively model technology integration for... More

    pp. 17-28

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  3. Young Children, Learning and ICT: A Case Study in the UK Maintained Sector

    Mark O'Hara

    This paper reports on qualitative research on the use of ICT in four foundation stage (3-5 years) classes in two state-maintained schools in the UK. The case study involved observations of and... More

    pp. 29-40

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  4. Teacher Candidates' Views of a Multi-User Virtual Environment (MUVE)

    Nancy B. Sardone & Roberta Devlin-Scherer

    Multi-user virtual environments (MUVEs) are new to formal educational settings as teaching and learning tools but are growing in popularity. MUVEs simulate real-world problems. They have an ability... More

    pp. 41-51

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  5. Online Discussion as a Potential Professional Development Tool for First-Year Teachers

    Molly E. Romano

    The opportunity to engage in discussion with others about teaching issues is essential to a teacher's professional development, and can potentially be afforded through online discussions. The... More

    pp. 53-65

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  6. Using Classroom Psychosocial Environment in the Evaluation of Adult Computer Application Courses in Singapore

    Khoo Hock Seng & Barry J. Fraser

    Reviews of past research on psychosocial learning environments show that relatively few studies have involved the use of environment dimensions either as criterion variables in the evaluation... More

    pp. 67-81

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