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Computers & Education

2003 Volume 40, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Managing evolution and change in web-based teaching and learning environments

    Claus Pahl

    The state of the art in information technology and educational technologies is evolving constantly. Courses taught are subject to constant change from organisational and subject-specific reasons.... More

    pp. 99-114

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  2. Concretising the programming task: a case study in a secondary school

    Jari M. Lavonen, Veijo P. Meisalo, Matti Lattu & Erkki Sutinen

    Empirica Control (EC) is a visual programming platform designed primarily for technology education. Students can use EC's visual tools to construct programs for controlling technological processes ... More

    pp. 115-135

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  3. A graphical partitioning model for learning common fraction: designing affordances on a web-supported learning environment

    Siu Cheung Kong & Lam For Kwok

    The aim of this study is to design cognitive tools for mediating the cognitive capabilities of learners on learning common fraction. A web-supported learning environment (WSLE) with the use of a... More

    pp. 137-155

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  4. Analysis and design of a Web-based authoring tool generating intelligent tutoring systems

    Maria Moundridou & Maria Virvou

    Authoring tools for intelligent tutoring systems (ITSs) are meant to provide environments where instructors may author their own ITSs in varying domains. In this way, painful constructions of ITSs,... More

    pp. 157-181

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  5. A comparison of student outcomes with and without teacher facilitated computer-based instruction

    Jack V Powell, Victor G Aeby & Tracy Carpenter-Aeby

    The SuccessMaker computer-based instructional package can be used to improve the academic outcomes of disruptive students when intervention is teacher facilitated. Over a 2-year period, 215... More

    pp. 183-191

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