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Educational Technology Research and Development

June 2011 Volume 59, Number 3

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Towards Understanding International Graduate Student Isolation in Traditional and Online Environments

    Elizabeth A. Erichsen & Doris U. Bolliger

    A mixed-methodology approach was employed to gain a better understanding of international graduate students' perceptions of academic and social isolation, both in traditional and online... More

    pp. 309-326

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  2. Adaptation Patterns as a Conceptual Tool for Designing the Adaptive Operation of CSCL Systems

    Anastasios Karakostas & Stavros Demetriadis

    While adaptive collaboration support has become the focus of increasingly intense research efforts in the CSCL domain, scarce, however, remain the research-based evidence on pedagogically useful... More

    pp. 327-349

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  3. Prospective Teachers' Insights towards Scaffolding Students' Writing Processes through Teacher-Student Role Reversal in an Online System

    Hui-Chin Yeh & Yu-Fen Yang

    Teachers are encouraged to plan their teaching based on students' needs from the student-centered perspectives. Of the many teacher training programs, teacher-student role reversal is regarded as... More

    pp. 351-368

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  4. A Sustainable Model for OpenCourseWare Development

    Justin Johansen & David Wiley

    The purposes of this study were to (a) determine the cost of converting BYU Independent Study's e-learning courses into OpenCourseWare, (b) assess the impact of opening those courses on paid... More

    pp. 369-382

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  5. Between Eclecticism and Orthodoxy in Instructional Design

    Stephen C. Yanchar & Bruce W. Gabbitas

    This paper presents the concept of "critical flexibility" as an alternative to eclecticism in instructional design. Eclecticism is often viewed as a persuasive alternative to theoretical orthodoxy ... More

    pp. 383-398

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  6. The Effect of Two Different Cooperative Approaches on Students' Learning and Practices within the Context of a WebQuest Science Investigation

    Zacharias C. Zacharia, Nikoletta A. Xenofontos & Constantinos C. Manoli

    The goal of this study was to investigate the effect of two different cooperative learning approaches, namely, the Jigsaw Cooperative Approach (JCA) and the Traditional Cooperative Approach (TCA), ... More

    pp. 399-424

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  7. Turkish Primary School Teachers' Perceptions of School Culture Regarding ICT Integration

    Erdogan Tezci

    The current study aimed at identifying Turkish primary school teachers' perceptions of school culture regarding ICT integration in education. In addition, the current study was designed to... More

    pp. 429-443

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