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International Journal of Social Education

2000 Volume 15, Number 1

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Technology, Authentic Performance, and History Education

    David J. Staley

    Focuses on authentic performance in history education when teaching with technology and utilizing a constructivist approach. Explores ways that technology can be used, such as computer simulations ... More

    pp. 1-12

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  2. Social Studies Methods Textbooks and Computing Technology: A Call for Integration

    Frank E. Johnson

    Explores whether the issue of computing technology is included in social studies methods textbooks and to what detail. Discusses how computer technology can be included in social studies... More

    pp. 39-61

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  3. Creating the Electronic Classroom: A Practical Guide

    Larry Easley & Steven Hoffman

    Explores a team of college educators' experience with creating an electronic classroom. Addresses the different technology problems that were confronted and considers how history teachers can be... More

    pp. 80-93

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  4. Social Studies and the World Wide Web

    George Cassutto

    Focuses on how the Internet has been used in the social studies at North Hagerstown High School (Maryland). Relates what works in the digital classroom and describes examples of student essays to... More

    pp. 94-101

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