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AACE Journal

1999 Volume 1, Number 12

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Number of articles: 3

  1. The Globalisation of Education Through Teacher Education with New Technologies: A View Informed by Research Through Teacher Education with New Technologies:

    Niki Davis, University of Exeter, United Kingdom

    By 2040, when today's young teachers will be ending their teaching career, it is reasonable to expect those glob- al issues relating to the environment and to cultural diversity to be a major focus... More

    pp. 8-12

  2. Interaction in Distance Education: The Critical Conversation

    Angie Parker, Gonzaga University, United States

    In 1897, with a series of shorthand lessons delivered by postal service, Anna Tickner changed the way instruction was presented forever. The early days of distance education witnessed the inclusion... More

    pp. 13-17

  3. The Orbicular Model – Cognitive Learning in Cyberspace

    B.J. Randall & Yang Ming Pok, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore; R.S. Gilliver, The University of Adelaide, Australia

    The continued exponential growth of Internet resources, combined with breathtaking technological breakthroughs which emerge almost daily, have the unintended effect of ifintimidatingl? educators... More

    pp. 18-22