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Journal of Computing in Childhood Education

1995 Volume 6, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Computers and Elementary Education Students: A Ten-Year Analysis

    W Michael Reed

    Examined computer attitudes of elementary education students over a 10-year period. Found that the more recent elementary education majors had more prior computer experience and lower computer... More

    pp. 5-24

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  2. Preservice Teachers' Navigations through HyperCard Stacks: Responses to the Stages of Writing Development

    Nancy L. Williams & Kathryn I. Matthew

    Assessed preservice teachers' responses to information about the process of writing via HyperCard stacks. Subjects were provided with the opportunity to examine children's writing development by... More

    pp. 25-41

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  3. Technology Integration and Thematic Instruction in a School/University Partnership

    Phyllis A. McCraw

    Examines teaching styles, technology use, and implementation of thematic units among preservice and practicing teachers. Findings indicated that teachers' instructional styles influenced the ways... More

    pp. 43-57

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  4. Equity and Diversity in Classroom Computer Use: A Case Study

    Ines M. Chisholm

    A case study explored how an effective teacher in an urban multicultural classroom uses computers. Identified effective management and instructional strategies. Results support previous research... More

    pp. 59-80

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  5. Computers and Problem Solving for Sixth-Grade

    John M. Oughton

    Presents a curriculum unit designed for average sixth-grade students intended to engage them in problem-solving experiences and to teach them problem-solving strategies. The curriculum consists of ... More

    pp. 81-118

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