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Computers & Education

1993 Volume 20, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Preparing New Teachers to Use Computer Technology: Perceptions and Suggestions for Teacher Educators

    Marianne G. Handler

    Discussion of preservice teacher education in computer technology focuses on a survey of teachers who had completed their first year of teaching that examined their perceptions of how prepared they... More

    pp. 147-56

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  2. Gender-Based Differences in Attitudes toward Computers

    Lily Shashaani

    Describes a study that was conducted to examine gender differences in attitudes toward computers among high school students. Highlights include sex role behavior; students' interest in computers;... More

    pp. 169-81

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  3. Automatic Programming Assessment

    Sheung-Lun Hung

    Discusses software metrics and describes a study of graduate students in Hong Kong that evaluated the relevance of using software metrics as a means of assessing students' performance in programing... More

    pp. 183-90

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  4. Primary Children and Teachers' Attitudes to Computers

    John Todman & Gail Dick

    Describes a study in Scotland that investigated the relationship between pupil and teacher attitudes toward computers in primary schools. The development of an attitude scale is explained; trends... More

    pp. 199-203

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