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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2009 Volume 40, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Group-Metacognitive Support for Online Inquiry in Mathematics with Differential Self-Questioning

    Bracha Kramarski & Vered Dudai

    This exploratory study investigated 100 Israeli 9th graders who used two different group-metacognitive support methods in online mathematical inquiry--group feedback guidance (GFG) and self... More

    pp. 377-404

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  2. Investigating Underlying Components of the ICT Indicators Measurement Scale: The Extended Version

    Yavuz Akbulut

    This study aimed to investigate the underlying components constituting the extended version of the ICT Indicators Measurement Scale (ICTIMS), which was developed in 2007, and extended in the... More

    pp. 405-427

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  3. Effects of Student-Written Wiki-Based Textbooks on Pre-Service Teachers' Epistemological Beliefs

    Zhongtang Ren, Peter Baker & Shaoan Zhang

    Use of web technology in student construction of knowledge through writing their own textbooks via the Wikibooks platform may affect their epistemological beliefs. By using Epistemological Beliefs ... More

    pp. 429-449

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  4. The Effects of an Animation-Based On-Line Learning Environment on Transfer of Knowledge and on Motivation for Science and Technology Learning

    Yigal Rosen

    The study described here is among the first of its kind to investigate systematically the effect of learning with integrated animations on transfer of knowledge and on motivation to learn science... More

    pp. 451-467

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  5. Computer Access and Computer Use for Science Performance of Racial and Linguistic Minority Students

    Mido Chang & Sunha Kim

    This study examined the effects of computer access and computer use on the science achievement of elementary school students, with focused attention on the effects for racial and linguistic... More

    pp. 469-501

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