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Computers & Education

1999 Volume 32, Number 2

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Number of articles: 7

  1. An integrated learning system and its effect on examination performance in mathematics

    Lynnette Taylor

    This paper estimates the effect of using Learning Expedition, an integrated learning system based upon computer assisted learning, on the performance of pupils in mathematics at ages 11 to 13. The ... More

    pp. 95-107

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  2. Use of a group support system for collaborative assessment

    Ron C.W. Kwok & Jian Ma

    Assessment is one of the most important tasks in the whole teaching and learning process. It has major impacts on students' learning approaches and learning outcomes. This paper reports the use of ... More

    pp. 109-125

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  3. Interrelationships between importance, knowledge and attitude of the inexperienced

    Jack V Powell

    This research study reports on the use of a computerized simulation integrated within a preservice methods course for early childhood majors. An experimental design was used to compare the... More

    pp. 127-136

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  4. A multimedia framework for second language teaching in self-access environments

    Fabio Tamburini

    This paper presents an account of a self-access language teaching scheme operated at the University of Bologna during the last three years. The main goal of the D.I.A.P.A.S.O.N. (Distributed,... More

    pp. 137-149

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  5. Contextualized questioning to scaffold learning from simulations

    Cindy Hmelo & Roger Day

    Computer-based clinical simulations have a long history in medical education. Often they are used to provide practice in diagnostic skills or for evaluation. A different approach to medical... More

    pp. 151-164

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  6. Debug It: A debugging practicing system

    Greg C. Lee & Jackie C. Wu

    This study reported the research findings on improving programming skills of novice programmers by way of debugging practices. There were two objectives of the debugging training: (1) to uncover... More

    pp. 165-179

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  7. Formative evaluation of a Web-based course in meteorology

    Julia Phelps & Ross Reynolds

    EuroMET has been created to address the education and training needs of professional meteorologists and students in tertiary education throughout Europe and more widely. Two courses, each modular... More

    pp. 181-193

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