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Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching

2002 Volume 21, Number 1


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Mathematics Classrooms: Is the Implementation Process the Same for Both Disciplines?

    Gregory E. Chamblee, Georgia Southern University, United States; Scott W. Slough, University of Houston-Downtown, United States

    The mathematics and science education communities are presently—and perhaps constantly—in a state of reform. The mathematics and science standards documents now include the use of technology as a... More

    pp. 3-15

  2. Enhancing Spatial Visualization through Virtual Reality (VR) on the Web: Software Design and Impact Analysis

    Oh Nam Kwon, Ewha Womans University; Steven H. Kim, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

    Rapid advances in the global information infrastructure herald a new era of computer-assisted instruction based on multimedia capabilities and online access. One of the most promising developments ... More

    pp. 17-31

  3. Using Web Videos and Virtual Learning Environments to Help Prospective Teachers Construct Meaning about Children’s Mathematical Thinking

    Janice L. Flake, Florida State University, United States

    The use of web-based videos of children illustrating their understanding of mathematics concepts and problems is the focus of this article. Interviews with 23 children in grades K-5 were video... More

    pp. 33-51

  4. An Experiment Using Electronic Books in the Classroom

    Eric J. Simon, Fordham College at Lincoln Center, United States

    Electronic books are single-purpose hand-held computer devices designed to store and display reading material. The introduction of e-books into the classroom has been anticipated for years, but the... More

    pp. 53-66

  5. What’s a “Hit”? An Analysis of a Web-Based Learning Environment

    Robertta H. Barba, San Jose State University, United States; Kevin A. Clark, George Mason University, United States

    The purpose of this study was to conduct a qualitative and quantitative analysis of usage patterns at a virtual museum, a web-based learning environment. Specifically, this study sought to examine ... More

    pp. 67-76

  6. An Internet Survey: Assessing the Extent Middle/High School Teachers Use the Internet to Enhance Science Teaching

    Leon A. Dickson Jr., & Marilyn M. Irving, Howard University, United States

    The purpose of this study was to assess the extent Middle/High School teachers who participated in professional development courses in science used the Internet to enhance science instruction.... More

    pp. 77-97