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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2007 Volume 36, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 3

  1. Three-Dimensionality as an Effective Mode of Representation for Expressing Sequential Time Perception

    Sigal Eden & David Passig

    The process of developing concepts of time continues from age 5 to 11 years (Zakay, 1998). This study sought the representation mode in which children could best express time concepts, especially... More

    pp. 51-63

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  2. If You Build Teachers, Will Students Come? The Role of Teachers in Broadening Computer Science Learning for Urban Youth

    Joanna Goode

    Despite the digital saturation of today's youth across demographic groups, students of color and females remain severely underrepresented in computer science. Reporting on a sequential mixed... More

    pp. 65-88

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  3. Collaborate to Learn, Learn to Collaborate: Examining the Roles of Context, Community, and Cognition in Asynchronous Discussion

    Seung Yeon Han & Janette R. Hill

    This study explored how asynchronous discussion supported by a Web-based learning system facilitated collaborative learning. The participants in this study consisted of the instructor, facilitators... More

    pp. 89-123

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