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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2010 Volume 43, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Examining the Effects of Digital Feedback on Student Engagement and Achievement

    Yaoying Xu

    The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of using Tablet PC to provide feedback on student engagement and achievement in hybrid special education courses. Student engagement was... More

    pp. 275-291

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  2. Re-Examining Gender Differences in Video Game Play: Time Spent and Feelings of Success

    Karla R. Hamlen

    Research has shown that, among children, boys tend to play video games more than girls do. There are several theories addressing this phenomenon, including that stereotypes and lack of opportunity ... More

    pp. 293-308

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  3. The Relationship between Teacher's Technology Integration Ability and Usage

    Shihkuan Hsu

    Despite a steady supply of equipment and continuous training, teachers' use of computers for instruction seems to be limited. Whether the problem is due to teachers' ability or usage of computers... More

    pp. 309-325

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  4. Designing Training for Temporal and Adaptive Transfer: A Comparative Evaluation of Three Training Methods for Process Control Tasks

    Annette Kluge, Juergen Sauer, Dina Burkolter & Sandrina Ritzmann

    Training in process control environments requires operators to be prepared for temporal and adaptive transfer of skill. Three training methods were compared with regard to their effectiveness in... More

    pp. 327-353

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  5. The Effects of Online Professional Development on Fourth Grade English Language Arts Teachers' Knowledge and Instructional Practices

    Jessica Masters, Raquel Magidin de Kramer, Laura M. O'Dwyer, Sheralyn Dash & Michael Russell

    Online professional development (OPD) has great potential to improve teacher quality by improving teachers' knowledge and instructional practices, with the ultimate goal of improving student... More

    pp. 355-375

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  6. Fail Better: Toward a Taxonomy of E-Learning Error

    Jason Priem

    The study of student error, important across many fields of educational research, has begun to attract interest in the field of e-learning, particularly in relation to usability. However, it... More

    pp. 377-397

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