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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2001 Volume 24, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Synergy of Constructivism and Hypermedia from Three Constructivist Perspectives--Social, Semiotic, and Cognitive

    Shu Ching Yang

    Examines constructivism as an epistemological basis for the design and use of hypermedia systems in order to synergize the constructivist view of learning and the potentialities of hypermedia.... More

    pp. 321-61

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  2. Perceptions of Technology: A Factor in Distance Education Course Achievement?

    Frederick B. King

    Describes a study that examined an instrument designed to measure student perceptions concerning distance education technology and self-regulated learning across numerous synchronous distance... More

    pp. 407-18

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  3. Student Teachers' Perception and Practice of the Teachers' Role when Teaching with Computers

    Yu-Mei Wang

    This study at the University of Guam investigated student teachers' perception and practice of the teacher's role when teaching with computers. The teacher's role was measured as teacher... More

    pp. 419-34

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  4. The Fifth Dimension: Application of Cultural-Historical Activity Theory, Inquiry-based Learning, Computers, and Telecommunications To Change Prospective Teachers' Preconceptions

    William E. Blanton, Erin Simmons & Mark Warner

    Reports the results of research and development on a programmatic effort to change prospective teachers' preconceptions of teaching, learning, and pupils by participation in a learning system... More

    pp. 435-63

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