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Journal on School Educational Technology

2005 Volume 1, Number 1

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Innovative Teaching Methods for the 21st Century Students


    Futurum in Sweden is described here as a school that does not have any classrooms, there is nothing like a timetable, no school bells can be heard, the students do not have any school bags, and... More

    pp. 15-19

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  2. Nothing New under the Sun

    Alan Largey & Patricia Timmins

    Is creative teaching something new? Is it not true that teachers have always found creative ways of making their teaching more creative, engaging and effective for their students no matter what... More

    pp. 20-28

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  3. Student Behavior Management and Support

    Bobby Leonard

    Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD ADHD) is a labeled neurologically based disorder. This article introduces this disorder, as well as other academic skills disorders. It then discusses ... More

    pp. 29-35

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  4. Free Academic Content by CII-Shiksha

    Shiksha India, a non-profit organization supported by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) was formed with the prime intent to bridge the digital divide in India. Through providing various... More

    pp. 36-38

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  5. A Need for an Adaptive Search Tool for Teachers: Case Study

    Faezeh Seyedarabi & Arefeh Seyedarabi

    Whether intentionally or not, teachers are excluded from having the full benefit of the new technologies developed and adapted by the search engine developers, while all the current and proposed... More

    pp. 40-47

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  6. Pre-Service EFL Teachers' Resource Management

    Leyla Tercanlioglu

    Resource management strategies have been identified as important factors in the enhancement of students' learning. This article explores and describes the following: (1) Resource Management... More

    pp. 48-56

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  7. A Matter of Preference--Lecturers vs. Teaching--Assistants in Tutorials

    Nitza Davidovitch & Dan Soen

    In many universities and colleges around the world, it is an accepted practice to supplement frontal lectures of courses with separate practice classes or tutorials. For this purpose lecturers may ... More

    pp. 57-65

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  8. Literacy Awakening: Narrowing the Literacy Divide among Rural Children

    Fatimah Hashim & Halimah Awang

    This paper describes an intervention program initiated to assist children from disadvantaged backgrounds attain early literacy skills. The pedagogy includes use of play and technology. Data shows... More

    pp. 66-70

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