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Journal of Computing in Childhood Education

1997 Volume 8, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. How Teachers Use Computers in Early Childhood Classrooms

    Susan W. Haugland

    A two-year, follow-up teacher survey to a 1993 study was conducted in 1994-95 to learn how changes in hardware and software markets have changed computer use in early childhood classrooms. Assessed... More

    pp. 3-14

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  2. A Comparison of Elementary Students' Information Recall on Text Documents, Oral Reading, and Multimedia Presentations

    Steven H. White & Troy Kuhn

    This study examined the effect of different modes of presentation on the amount of information elementary students (N=38) in mixed-age classrooms can recall about historical figures. Assessment of ... More

    pp. 15-21

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  3. PRABODH: An Intelligent Tutor for Teaching Language Skills to Young Children

    Rekha Govil & Madhavi Saxena

    Describes the architecture of PRABODH, an intelligent tutoring system with six components, designed for teaching language skills to young children and for providing them meaningful practice for... More

    pp. 23-38

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  4. Early Childhood Teacher Preparation: A Tale of Authors and Multimedia, A Model of Technology Integration Described

    Keith Wetzel & S V. McLean

    Describes collaboration of two teacher educators, one in early childhood language arts and one in computers in education. Discusses advantages and disadvantages and extensions of this model,... More

    pp. 39-58

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  5. We Think They're Learning: Beliefs, Practices, and Reflections of Two Teachers Using Project-Based Learning

    Mary A. Lundeberg

    Examined changing beliefs, practices, and reflections of two elementary teachers who engaged students in project-based learning in a technology-rich environment. Found core beliefs related to... More

    pp. 59-81

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