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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2000 Volume 23, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. The Effects of Incorporating Concept Mapping into Computer Assisted Instruction

    Seng Chee Tan

    This study investigated the effects of incorporating concept mapping into computer assisted instruction with tenth grade students in Singapore. Discusses results of a chemistry achievement test... More

    pp. 113-31

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  2. A Qualitative Analysis of Scaffolding Use in a Resource-based Learning Environment Involving the World Wide Web

    Barbara A. Greene & Susan M. Land

    Describes a qualitative analysis of 18 college students using different types of scaffolding (instructional supports) while working on a World Wide Web project. Examines four support mechanisms:... More

    pp. 151-79

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  3. The Evaluation of a Hypertext Discussion Tool for Teaching English Literature to Secondary School Students

    Alan Bain, Phillip Huss & Howard Kwong

    Describes a study that evaluated a network-based hypertext discussion tool (HDT) for teaching literature to adolescents by investigating whether the incorporation of the HDT into students' homework... More

    pp. 203-16

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  4. Computer Icons: A Picture Says a Thousand Words. Or Does It?

    Katina Zammit

    Explains the development of a classification system for different types of icons to determine which icons proved difficult for elementary school students to read. Considers pictorial, textual, and ... More

    pp. 217-31

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