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International Journal of Instructional Media

Jun 22, 2005 Volume 32, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Implications of Online Teaching and Learning

    Adel Al-Bataineh, S Leanne Brooks & Temba C. Bassoppo-Moyo

    The proliferation of online courses has become a major concern for some educators when it comes to whether they apply valid and reliable instruments to asses learning outcomes. In addition, few... More

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  2. Preservice Teachers' Attitudes and Perceptions of the Utility of Web-Based Instruction in the United Arab Emirates

    Abdurrahman Ghaleb Almekhlafi

    Teachers' clear perceptions of technology use and competence in planning and implementation affect their attitudes towards using technology in general and in the classroom in particular (Almekhlafi... More

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  3. Multiple-Try Feedback and Higher-Order Learning Outcomes

    Roy B. Clariana & Ravinder Koul

    Although feedback is an important component of computer-based instruction (CBI), the effects of feedback on higher-order learning outcomes are not well understood. Several meta-analyses provide two... More

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  4. Integrating Emerging Technologies into Traditional Classrooms: A Pedagogic Approach

    Jay M. Lightfoot

    E-learning and Internet-based distance learning are the latest revolution in higher education. The combination of reasonably priced hardware, readily available bandwidth, and the perception that... More

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  5. The Future of Work: Technology Beckons

    Jim Donlevy

    In the schools, each day, teachers see cell phones, laptops, iPods, personal digital assistants, computer games and more. They are struggling to cope with this technological profusion as new... More

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  6. Innovative Teacher Professional Development: PBS Teacherline

    Jim Donlevy

    Teachers, like other professionals, must stay current with developments in the field and continue to increase their knowledge and skills to remain effective in the classroom. Professional... More

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