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Journal of Research on Technology in Education

2005 Volume 37, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Bridging the Perspectives and Developmental Needs of All Participants in Curriculum-Based Telementoring Programs

    D Kevin O'Neill & Judith B. Harris

    Telementoring, also referred to as e-mentoring or online mentoring, has been carried out in a wide range of K-12 environments and continues to grow in popularity. Through a review of several... More

    pp. 111-128

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  2. Research Priorities in Educational Technology: A Delphi Study

    Constance Pollard & Richard Pollard

    This article reports on the findings of a Delphi study conducted to determine research needs in educational technology over the next five years. The Delphi panel consisted of 30 educational... More

    pp. 145-160

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  3. Web-Based Learning: How Task Scaffolding and Web Site Design Support Knowledge Acquisition

    S Kim MacGregor & Yiping Lou

    Using WebQuests for inquiry-based learning represents a higher-order use of technology requiring students to exercise information seeking, analyzing, and synthesizing strategies. This research was ... More

    pp. 161-175

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  4. An Evaluation of the Merit Reading Software Program in the Calhoun County (WV) Middle/High School

    Jerry D. Jones, William D. Staats, Noel Bowling, Robert D. Bickel, Michael L. Cunningham & Connie Cadle

    We were asked by Merit Software to conduct a quasi-experimental research study to evaluate the effects of its reading software on middle school students. Because the No Child Left Behind Act... More

    pp. 177-195

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  5. Implementing Partnerships Across the Curriculum with Technology

    Blanche O'Bannon & Sharon Judge

    As the number of computers accessible to students and teachers has increased, there has been a growing emphasis on integrating technology across the curriculum. Even though schools increasingly... More

    pp. 197-216

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  6. Factors Influencing Outcomes from a Technology-Focused Professional Development Program

    Tomoe Kanaya, Daniel Light & Katherine McMillan Culp

    Using survey data, the authors examined the relationship between intensity (as opposed to duration) of a technology-focused professional development program and specific participant characteristics... More

    pp. 313-329

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