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Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology

2005 Volume 4, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Computers: Educational Technology Paradox?

    Hajah Rugayah Hj. Hashim & Wan Narita Mustapha

    As we move further into the new millennium, the need to involve and adapt learners with new technology have been the main aim of many institutions of higher learning in Malaysia. The involvement of... More

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  2. A Study about Students' Misconceptions in Force and Motion Concepts by Incorporating a Web-Assisted Physics Program

    Neset Demirci

    The aim of this study was to incorporate a web-assisted program to normal traditional classroom instruction and study about students' misconceptions in force and motion concepts in physics. The Web... More

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  3. Mathematics Teachers' Attitudes toward the Computers

    Mehmet A. Ocak

    This study reports an investigation of the effects of gender, age, and racial and ethnicity on the attitudes of mathematics teachers towards computer use. The participants of the study were... More

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  4. A Computer Based Problem Solving Environment in Chemistry

    Ibrahim Bilgin & Erol Karakirik

    The purpose of this study was to introduce the Mole Solver, a computer based system that facilitates monitors and improves the students' problems solving skills on mole concept. The system has... More

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  5. A Metadata Model for E-Learning Coordination through Semantic Web Languages

    Atilla Elci

    This paper reports on a study aiming to develop a metadata model for e-learning coordination based on semantic web languages. A survey of e-learning modes are done initially in order to identify... More

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  6. A Model for Integrating New Technologies into Pre-Service Teacher Training Programs Ajman University (A Case Study)

    Ali Zuhdi H. Shaqour

    This study introduces a "Technology Integration Model" for a learning environment utilizing constructivist learning principles and integrating new technologies namely computers and the... More

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