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AACE Journal

April 2006 Volume 14, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Strategies to Build a Cross-National Virtual World

    Maria Beatrice Ligorio, University of Bari, Italy; Klaas van Veen, University of Nijmegen, Netherlands

    Virtual environments are more and more used in primary schools. One of the most interesting potentialities of these environments is to foster cross-national applications. Yet, this specific feature... More

    pp. 103-128

  2. Computer-Mediated Peer-to-Peer Mentoring

    Francesco Cavallaro, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; Kenneth Tan, Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore

    An online collaborative writing project was carried between two report writing classes from two separate institutions, Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and Singapore Polytechnic (SP). The aim... More

    pp. 129-138

  3. GLOOTT Model: A Pedagogically-Enriched Design Framework of Learning Environment to Improve Higher Order Thinking Skills

    Wee Chuen Tan, Southern College, Malaysia; Baharuddin Aris & Mohd Salleh Abu, University Technology of Malaysia, Malaysia

    Learning object design currently leads the instructional technologist towards more effective instructional design, development and delivery of learning content. There is a considerable amount of... More

    pp. 139-153

  4. The Need for Integration of Technology in K-12 School Settings in Kenya, Africa

    Lilian Momanyi, Cottonwood Valley Charter School, United States; RenaFaye Norby & Sharon Strand, Black Hills State University, United States

    Many computer users around the world have access to the latest advances in technology and use of the World Wide Web. However, for a variety of political, economic, and social reasons, some peoples ... More

    pp. 154-177

  5. Exploring the Influence of Web-Based Portfolio Development on Learning to Teach Elementary Science

    Lucy Avraamidou, King's College, London, United Kingdom; Carla Zembal-Saul, The Pennsylvania State University, United States

    This qualitative case study examined web-based portfolio development in the service of supporting reflective thinking and learning within the innovative context of Professional Development Schools.... More

    pp. 178-205