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International Journal of Instructional Media

1995 Volume 22, Number 2

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Teachers, Technology, and Training: Training for What?: Disruptions and Discontinuities in the Workplace

    James G. Donlevy & Tia Rice Donlevy

    Discusses recent thinking about broad technological change and examines disturbing implications in the context of students at risk of school failure and school reform. Makes recommendations on... More

    pp. 79-85

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  2. School Reform and Teacher Training: The New York City Public Broadcasting Station Thirteen/WNET, Texaco Inc. and Corporation for Public Broadcasting's National Teacher Training Institute for Math, Science and Technology--A Review at Five Years

    Tia Rice Donlevy & James G. Donlevy

    As a school reform effort, the New York City Public Broadcasting Station Thirteen/WNET, Texaco Inc., and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting's National Teacher Training Institute for Math,... More

    pp. 87-92

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  3. Instructional Design and Adaptation Issues in Distance Learning Via Satellite

    Liz Thach

    Discusses a qualitative research study conducted in a distance-learning environment using satellite delivery. Describes changes in instructional design and adaptation issues which faculty and... More

    pp. 93-110

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  4. Gender Differences in Achievement and Attitudes Among Students Using Computer-Assisted Instruction

    George P. L. Teh & Barry J. Fraser

    A sample of 671 secondary school students in 24 classes in Singapore was involved in investigating the relative efficacy of computer-assisted instruction (CAI) and traditional expository teaching, ... More

    pp. 111-20

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  5. Reader Interface of Computer-Based Reading Environment

    Guey-Fa Chiou

    Discusses types of computer-based reading environments, reader interfaces, principles for designing reader interfaces, and beliefs about computer use in reading. Considers multimedia and virtual... More

    pp. 121-33

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  6. Using Computer Simulations in Inductive Learning Strategies with Children in Science

    Lloyd P. Rieber & Asit Kini

    Examines effects of deductive versus inductive learning strategies on performance, comprehension monitoring, and response confidence, using combinations of computer-based tutorials and simulations ... More

    pp. 135-44

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  7. Virtual Reality in Education and Training

    Diane L. Andolsek

    Provides an overview of virtual reality from an education perspective. Defines the technology in terms of equipment and participatory experience, examines the potential applications of virtual... More

    pp. 145-55

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  8. ABC of Satellites for Educators

    Shousan Wang

    Introduces the basic concepts and elements of satellite and telecommunications satellites. Identifies the advantages of using the unique characteristics of telecommunications satellites in... More

    pp. 169-74

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