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International Journal of Instructional Media

1995 Volume 22, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. From Infrastructure to Inservice: Transforming Educational Practice

    James G. Donlevy & Tia Rice Donlevy

    Discusses the importance of a school's infrastructure, equipment and software acquisitions, and the need for staff training and inservice workshops targeted toward helping teachers develop skills... More

    pp. 175-78

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  2. Sample Technology Plan 1992-1995 "Ideal School District."

    David Wilson

    The Technology in Education Act of 1993 authorizes over $300 million in federal funds to help integrate advanced technology and communication systems into the classrooms of all the nation's... More

    pp. 179-200

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  3. Lessons Relearned: Another Faulty Implementation of an Educational Innovation

    Hsun-Fung Kao, John Wedman & Peggy Placier

    Examines the process of implementing an educational technology innovation in a senior high school. Data was collected through participant observation, interviews, and artifact collection. While the... More

    pp. 201-15

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  4. Learner-Control: The Effects on Learning a Procedural Task During Computer-Based Videodisc Instruction

    Hsin-Yih Shyu & Scott W. Brown

    Investigates the effects of learner-control and the aptitude-treatment interaction effects between instructional control and learner characteristics in procedural learning. Participants were 128... More

    pp. 217-31

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  5. From Puppets to Problem Solvers: A Constructivistic Approach to Computer Literacy

    Angie Parker

    Addresses the need for a change to constructivistic education in a computer literacy course. It was determined that a constructivistic approach was needed that would allow students to "cut their... More

    pp. 233-39

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  6. Technology Integration and the Project CHILD Link

    Sarah M. Butzin

    Project CHILD (Computers Helping Instruction and Learning Development) is an innovative computer-integrated instructional program for the elementary school that offers a restructured framework for ... More

    pp. 241-44

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  7. Auntie EMM Sends Electronic Mail to Oz

    Presents an application of the Cognitive Flexibility Theory (CFT) approach to creating hypertext for training undergraduate students through the interactive instructional program Auntie-EMM ... More

    pp. 245-54

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