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Journal of Educational Technology & Society

2009 Volume 12, Number 4

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Number of articles: 28

  1. Technology's Role in Field Experiences for Preservice Teacher Training

    Emily Hixon & Hyo-Jeong So

    The purpose of this paper is to provide a comprehensive review of how technology has been used to enhance or replace field experiences in preservice teacher preparation programs, and discuss the... More

    pp. 294-304

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  2. The STIN in the Tale: A Socio-Technical Interaction Perspective on Networked Learning

    Steve Walker & Linda Creanor

    In this paper, we go beyond what have been described as "mechanistic" accounts of e-learning to explore the complexity of relationships between people and technology as encountered in cases of... More

    pp. 305-316

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  3. Developing Cognition with Collaborative Robotic Activities

    Ruben Mitnik, Miguel Nussbaum & Matias Recabarren

    Cognition, faculty related to perception, imagination, memory, and problem solving, refers to internal mental processes through which sensorial input is acquired, elaborated, used, and stored. One ... More

    pp. 317-330

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  4. Are the Functions of Teachers in e-Learning and Face-to-Face Learning Environments Really Different?

    Laura Alonso Diaz & Florentino Blazquez Entonado

    The main purpose of this study is not to compare online and traditional face-to-face instruction merely to prove which one is better, but rather it aims to highlight some of the possible risks and ... More

    pp. 331-343

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  5. The Effects of Mobile Natural-Science Learning Based on the 5E Learning Cycle: A Case Study

    Tzu-Chien Liu, Hsinyi Peng, Wen-Hsuan Wu & Ming-Sheng Lin

    This study has three major purposes, including designing mobile natural-science learning activities that rest on the 5E Learning Cycle, examining the effects of these learning activities on... More

    pp. 344-358

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  6. Integration and Deployment of Educational Games in e-Learning Environments: The Learning Object Model Meets Educational Gaming

    Javier Torrente, Pablo Moreno-Ger, Ivan Martinez-Ortiz & Baltasar Fernandez-Manjon

    Game-based learning is becoming popular in the academic discussion of Learning Technologies. However, even though the educational potential of games has been thoroughly discussed in the literature,... More

    pp. 359-371

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  7. Influence of Structure and Interaction on Student Achievement and Satisfaction in Web-Based Distance Learning

    Hye-Jung Lee & Ilju Rha

    This study examines the influence of instructional design and management style on student achievement and satisfaction in a web-based distance learning environment. From the literature review, two ... More

    pp. 372-382

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  8. Preservice Teachers' Perceptions of Applets for Solving Mathematical Problems: Need, Difficulties and Functions

    Wajeeh Daher

    This research describes preservice teachers' perceptions of the use of applets in solving mathematical problems. It examines such perceptions regarding the role and functions that applets have in... More

    pp. 383-395

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