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Asia Pacific Education Review

June 2009 Volume 10, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Heuristic Task Analysis on E-Learning Course Development: A Formative Research Study

    Ji-Yeon Lee & Charles M. Reigeluth

    Utilizing heuristic task analysis (HTA), a method developed for eliciting, analyzing, and representing expertise in complex cognitive tasks, a formative research study was conducted on the task of ... More

    pp. 169-181

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  2. Chinese Students' Perceptions of a Collaborative E-Learning Environment and Factors Affecting Their Performance: Implementing a Flemish E-Learning Course in a Chinese Educational Context

    Chang Zhu, Martin Valcke, Tammy Schellens & Yifei Li

    This study was set up in a Chinese university in Beijing by implementing a Flemish e-learning course in a Chinese setting. A main feature of the e-learning environment is the asynchronous "task... More

    pp. 225-235

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  3. Mathematics, Computers, and Young Children as a Research-Oriented Learning Environment for a Teacher Candidate

    Sergei Abramovich & Eun Kyeong Cho

    The advent of computer technology in the classroom raised the issue of its appropriate use by teachers and their students alike. It has been recommended that teacher education programs provide more... More

    pp. 247-259

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  4. E-Learning Divides in North Cyprus

    Huseyin Uzunboylu & Nazime Tuncay

    The purpose of this study is to find out the differences in e-learning competences of teachers. The independent variables used were geographic location, teaching experience, Internet access, e... More

    pp. 281-290

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