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Journal of Research on Computing in Education

1996 Volume 29, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Effects of Cooperative Learning and Learner-Control Modes in Computer-Based Instruction

    Steven M. Crooks

    Investigated the effects of cooperative instruction, individual instruction, and learner control of instructional elements (practice items, summary material, review material) on 128 undergraduate... More

    pp. 109-23

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  2. Preservice Teachers' Perceived Computer Self-Efficacy Based on Achievement and Value Beliefs within a Motivational Framework

    David W. Kellenberger

    Analysis of a questionnaire completed by 222 preservice teachers found that the only effects related to perceived computer self-efficacy were perceived past success and own value, the sum of the... More

    pp. 124-40

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  3. The Differential Effects of a Typing Tutor and Microcomputer-Based Word Processing on the Writing Samples of Elementary Students with Behavior Disorders

    John Langone

    A study of the effects of a typing tutor plus a computer-based word processor versus paper and pencil on the writing of six elementary students with behavioral disorders found small improvements in... More

    pp. 141-58

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  4. Pencil and Paper Versus Word Processing: A Comparative Study of Creative Writing in the Elementary School

    Lois Mayer Nichols

    A comparison of compositions written by 19 sixth graders using pencil and paper with those written by 19 sixth graders using word processors found that though the quality of writing, accuracy of... More

    pp. 159-66

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  5. Innovations in Integrating Technology into Student Teaching Experiences

    Keith Wetzel

    Describes the implementation of a project to prepare mentor and student teachers to teach mathematics and science through the integration of multimedia technology and pedagogy. Evaluation of... More

    pp. 196-214

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