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Journal of Research on Computing in Education

1996 Volume 28, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Assessing the Impact of Computer-Based Writing Instruction

    W Michael Reed

    Reviews the research on computer use in English language arts, predominantly writing, since 1987. Highlights include writing-process theory; learner control theory; zone of proximal development;... More

    pp. 418-37

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  2. Computer-Based Mathematics Learning

    Leah P. McCoy

    Examines research on computer-based mathematics learning in the context of constructivist learning and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Standards. The reviewed studies examined the... More

    pp. 438-60

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  3. Assessing the Impact of Computer-Based Learning in Science

    Herman G. Weller

    This article is a review of the impact upon science learning of classroom and laboratory uses of computers in grades K-16 as revealed by published, peer-reviewed research from 1988-95. Highlights... More

    pp. 461-85

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  4. Effectiveness of Computer Technology in the Social Studies: A Review of the Literature

    Michael J. Berson

    Examines the literature on the effectiveness of computers in social studies instruction and learning. Topics include drill and practice, tutorials, study guides, games and simulations, inquiry and ... More

    pp. 486-99

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  5. Reviewing the Research on Hypermedia-Based Learning

    David J. Ayersman

    Synthesizes the research on hypermedia-based instruction while providing a meaningful historical and conceptual framework for categorizing the research to date. Research relating to individual... More

    pp. 500-25

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  6. Empirical Advances in Technology-Assisted Instruction for Students with Mild and Moderate Disabilities

    Gail E. Fitzgerald & Kevin A. Koury

    This literature review synthesizes the effects of technology-assisted instruction on the learning of students with mild and moderate disabilities for the 1988-95 period. Empirically based findings ... More

    pp. 526-53

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