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Journal of Educational Computing Research

1998 Volume 19, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. The Equity Threat of Promising Innovations: Pioneering Internet-Connected Schools

    Henry Jay Becker & Jason L. Ravitz

    Examines the distribution of student Internet use across 152 schools in the National School Network, schools that were among the first to provide direct Internet access for networked computers.... More

    pp. 1-26

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  2. The Effect of Hypermedia Authoring on Elementary School Students' Creative Thinking

    Min Liu

    Describes a study that examined whether engaging elementary school students in hypermedia authoring would promote their creative thinking. Highlights include Logo programming language; the Torrance... More

    pp. 27-51

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  3. Virtual Discourse: Evaluating DR-ED as a Computer Mediated Communications Network for Medical Education

    Brian E. Mavis & Joseph J. Brocato

    Discusses computer-mediated communications for linking educators conducting research and educational activities and describes the development and evaluation of the DR-ED listserv for medical... More

    pp. 53-65

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  4. The Advantages and Problematics of Using the Electronic Spreadsheet in Biology Teaching as Perceived by Actively Engaged Teachers

    Amos Dreyfus, Benjamin Feinstein & Janet Talmon

    Describes a study of Israeli high school biology teachers that was conducted to determine the concerns and motives of teachers who had persevered in the use of the electronic spreadsheet in their... More

    pp. 67-81

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  5. Effects of Integrating Problem Solving, Interactive Multimedia, and Constructivism in Teacher Education

    Min Kyeong Kim, Janet M. Sharp & Ann D. Thompson

    Describes a study that investigated preservice elementary teachers' decisions about teaching strategies and their attitudes toward mathematics and computer-related technologies in a constructivist-... More

    pp. 83-108

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