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International Journal of Instructional Media

1999 Volume 26, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. The National Teacher Training Institute for Math, Science and Technology: Exemplary Practice in a Climate of Higher Standards

    James G. Donlevy & Tia Rice Donlevy

    Reviews the NTTI (National Teacher Training Institute) for Math, Science and Technology model that trains teachers to use video and Internet resources to enhance math and science instruction.... More

    pp. 371-75

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  2. Instructional Image Development for Network-Based Distance Education

    Barbara B. Lockee, David R. Moore & David M. Moore

    Discusses the need for quality instructional images in a networked environment and presents strategies for maximizing the effectiveness of visuals for instruction in distance education. Topics... More

    pp. 377-85

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  3. Requiring Writing, Ensuring Distance-Learning Outcomes

    Roark Mulligan & Susan Geary

    Discussion of the quality of distance learning programs focuses on a study of Christopher Newport University (CPU ONLINE) that showed learning outcomes in online courses were as good as outcomes in... More

    pp. 387-95

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  4. Assessing Student Perceptions of Internet-Based Online Learning Environments

    George P. L. Teh

    Reports on a study of Web-based learning environments in Singapore that focuses on the cross-validation of the Geography Classroom Environment Inventory (GCEI) which assesses undergraduate students... More

    pp. 397-402

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  5. Designing a System for Computer-Assisted Instruction in Road Education: A First Evaluation

    Rafael Garcia-Ros, Luis Montoro, Pedro Valero, Salvador Bayarri & Tomas Martinez

    Describes SIVAS, a computer-based system for driver education based on visual simulation that was developed in Spain to support theoretical concepts about driving in driving schools. Explains how... More

    pp. 403-7

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  6. Telematics, Narrative and Poetry: The Parole in Jeans Project

    Guglielmo Trentin

    Explains "Parole in Jeans", a computer-based project developed to promote literature and foster collaborative poetry and story writing in lower secondary schools in Italy, Topics include network... More

    pp. 409-22

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