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Journal of Research on Technology in Education

2005 Volume 37, Number 3

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Number of articles: 3

  1. The Effect of the "Ohio Schools Going Solar" Project on Student Perceptions of the Quality of Learning in Middle School Science

    Mark van't Hooft

    In an era of continuing developments in science and technology, teachers are faced with an increasingly challenging task of helping K-12 students become and remain scientifically literate.... More

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  2. Synchronous vs. Asynchronous Tutorials: Factors Affecting Students' Preferences and Choices

    Ruth Beyth-Marom, Kelly Saporta & Avner Caspi

    This study aimed to determine the factors that affect students' preferences regarding tutorial modes. A learning-habit inclinations questionnaire (LHIQ) was constructed and administered to 288... More

    pp. 245-262

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  3. Rethinking the Technology Integration Challenge: Cases from Three Urban Elementary Schools

    Amy Staples, Marleen C. Pugach & Dj Himes

    Case studies of three urban elementary schools were conducted to document the integration of technology given identical resources from a local university's PT3 grant. Data sources for this... More

    pp. 285-311

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