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Computers & Education

1995 Volume 24, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Computer attitudes in an English secondary school

    S. Ian Robertson, Judith Calder, Pat Fung, Ann Jones & Tim O'Shea

    Recent research has shown that there are consistent differences between males and females and between students and teachers in their attitudes towards computers. Specifically they reveal that there... More

    pp. 73-81

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  2. A model for intelligent computer-aided education systems

    Johan P. du Plessis, Judy A. van Biljon, C.Janse Tolmie & Thomas Wollinger

    Education is important. Some students learn faster than others, some have access to more and better resources, e.g. teachers, than others do. We can no longer teach all the relevant knowledge in... More

    pp. 89-106

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  3. A “hands-on” approach to speech science

    J. Anthony Seikel, David G. Drumright, Margery M. Whites & Paula J. Seikel

    The use of laboratory activities to supplement lectures is based on the knowledge that students learn best when they are able to manipulate the material under study, and that understanding of the... More

    pp. 107-116

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  4. An intelligent system for teaching and learning algorithms

    Irina Zheliazkova

    A system for teaching and learning algorithms as a part of an intelligent environment, supports teacher and student activities. The system performs the following learning functions at local level: ... More

    pp. 117-125

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  5. A mathematical toolkit for interactive hypertext courseware: Part of the mathematics experience within the Renaissance Project

    R.D. Harding, S.W. Lay, H. Moule & D.A. Quinney

    The Renaissance Project set out to demonstrate the potential for university teaching of interactive multimedia. The Cambridge and Keele Team developed a Scientific and Graphical Toolkit for... More

    pp. 127-135

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