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Computers in the Schools

2012 Volume 29, Number 3

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Evaluation of Handheld Computers for Direct Systematic Classroom Observation

    Michael W. Bahr, Donald A. Gouwens & Genevieve Schuh

    Through this study the authors evaluate outcomes associated with the use of handheld computers by interventionists in improving the efficiency of direct systematic classroom observation.... More

    pp. 268-284

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  2. Conditions for Successful Use of Technology in Social Studies Classrooms

    Meskerem Debele & Linda Plevyak

    The purpose of the authors in this review is to examine how teacher-related, context-related, and project-related conditions interact in successful cases of technology integration projects in... More

    pp. 285-299

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  3. Issues to Consider in Designing WebQuests: A Literature Review

    Serhat Kurt

    A WebQuest is an inquiry-based online learning technique. This technique has been widely adopted in K-16 education. Therefore, it is important that conditions of effective WebQuest design are... More

    pp. 300-314

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