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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1991 Volume 19, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 3

  1. Individualistic versus Paired/Cooperative Computer-Assisted Instruction: Matching Instructional Method with Cognitive Style

    Michael M. Whyte

    Describes a study that was conducted to determine whether paired/cooperative computer-assisted instruction (CAI) was as effective as individual instruction. Treatment of experimental and control... More

    pp. 299-312

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  2. Implementing Computer Technology in Educational Settings

    Catherine Bishop-Clark & Rebecca Grant

    Discussion of the role of implementation mediators in implementing computer technology in schools focuses on the role of WCET Television in helping schools in Cincinnati, Ohio, to adopt computer... More

    pp. 313-26

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  3. The Computer Gender Gap: Children's Attitudes, Performance and Socialization

    Carole S. Nelson & J Allen Watson

    Discusses a review of research studies on gender differences in computer-based education that revealed significant discrepancies between equality of access and performance outcomes for female and... More

    pp. 345-53

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