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Computers & Education

January 2005 Volume 44, Number 1

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Incorporating Internet resources into classroom practice: pedagogical perspectives and strategies of secondary-school subject teachers

    Kenneth Ruthven, Sara Hennessy & Rosemary Deaney

    Drawing on evidence from lesson observations, teacher interviews and project reports, this paper examines the pedagogical perspectives and strategies of teachers working to incorporate use of... More

    pp. 1-34

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  2. The effect of a telepointer on student performance and preference

    J. Adams, B. Rogers, S. Hayne, G. Mark, J. Nash & L. Leifer

    While the telepointer has been widely accepted in the Computer Supported Collaborative Work community, little work has been done to quantify its effect on performance and perception. We present... More

    pp. 35-51

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  3. Mobile educational features in authoring tools for personalised tutoring

    Maria Virvou & Eythimios Alepis

    One important field where mobile technology can make significant contributions is Education. In the fast pace of modern life, students and instructors would appreciate using constructively some... More

    pp. 53-68

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  4. A study of 5- to 6-year-old children’s peer dynamics and dialectical learning in a computer-based technology-rich classroom environment

    Eunsook Hyun

    The aim of the study was to explore characteristics of 5- to 6-year-old kindergartners’ peer dynamics during a seven week learning experience in a computer-based technology-rich classroom in the US... More

    pp. 69-91

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