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Journal of Computing in Childhood Education

1996 Volume 7, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. "We're Helping Them To Be Good Teachers": Using Electronic Dialoguing to Connect Theory and Practice in Preservice Teacher Education

    Denise Johnson

    Describes a project conducted in a reading methods course for preservice elementary education students to model how technology can be incorporated into the curriculum to facilitate learning as well... More

    pp. 3-11

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  2. The Effect of Teacher Inservice Training on Technology and Multiage Grouping: Year One Evaluation of Constructing and Networking for Multiage Learning Project

    Linda Espinosa & Weigh-Jen Chen

    Evaluated effectiveness of a multiage learning project in terms of an assessment of classroom quality, and teacher concerns about multiage grouping and computer use in the classroom. Found that... More

    pp. 13-38

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  3. Hypermedia Pre-Reading Lessons: Learner-Centered Software for Kindergarten

    Randall Boone

    A three-year study investigated two areas of inquiry in the field of special education: (1) maintaining students with disabilities within general education kindergarten environment; and (2) impact ... More

    pp. 39-69

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  4. An Exploratory Study of How Pre-Kindergarten Children Use the Interactive Multimedia Technology: Implications for Multimedia Software Design

    Min Liu

    Explored responses to interactive multimedia by 3- to 5-year-olds through examination of verbal and facial expressions, use of mouse, body movement, attitudes toward multimedia, and teacher... More

    pp. 71-92

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  5. Five Key Resources for an Electronic Community of Elementary Student Weather Forecasters

    Curtis J. Bonk

    The Indiana Weather Project (IWP) investigated how the joint application of situated learning and constructivist theory might support elementary school students' understanding of weather systems.... More

    pp. 93-118

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