ERIC Number: ED454838
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2000-Nov
ICCE/ICCAI 2000 Full & Short Papers (Teaching and Learning Processes).
This document contains the full and short papers on teaching and learning processes from ICCE/ICCAI 2000 (International Conference on Computers in Education/International Conference on Computer-Assisted Instruction) covering the following topics: a code restructuring tool to help scaffold novice programmers; efficient study of Kanji using mnemonics and software; a networked constructive CAI (Computer-Assisted-Instruction) system using a multiplication concept; the relation between touch-typing skill and thinking-typing; an assessment framework for information technology integrated instruction; cognitive effects of collaborative learning processes on students' computer programming; application of the Gray relationship matrix and learning obstacles analysis to discovery teaching; staff development for teaching and learning online; comparing computer anxiety by gender among technological college students; a cross-national comparison of computer anxiety and locus of control between preservice teachers in Taiwan and the United States; computer-mediated language learning; the gap between the discourse and the application of socio-constructivist principles of preservice teachers using information and communication technologies; a log-file analysis program for assessing navigation processes; evaluating educational multimedia; evaluation of class organization in computer literacy education; evaluation of the World Wide Web-based learning system; developing successful collaborative projects between European initial teacher education students; evaluating children interacting, collaborating, and learning with computers; facilitating examples understanding through explicit questioning; information technology in instrumental music teaching and learning; learning from the learning of other students; making the most of the Internet's potential for education; networked constructive CAI system putting emphasis on communication and discussion; online ESL (English as a Second Language) learning; the introductory and motivational stage of activity in a computer tutoring system; female Asian faculty's perspectives on educational technology; strategies for searching on the Web; factors to consider prior to designing computer-assisted learning for higher education; students' attitude toward WPSS (Web-based Performance Support Systems) in supporting classroom learning; students' thinking processes when learning with computer-assisted mass lectures; telementoring in surgery; the "half-life" of knowledge in the university of the 21st century; social discourse in a network-based learning community; the artistic interface; the dynamic knowledge generation and the learning potential ability; the distance ecological model to support self/collaborative learning in the Internet environment; students' reactions to the process of learning programming; the difficulty of asynchronous learning materials based on time distribution; using information technology in education for preservice teacher education; using virtual environments for studying water phases and phase transitions; and a Web-based subject-oriented learning program on geophysics for senior high school. (MES)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Note: In: Learning Societies in the New Millennium: Creativity, Caring & Commitments. International Conference on Computers in Education/International Conference on Computer-Assisted Instruction (Taipei, Taiwan, November 21-24, 2000); see IR 020 792. Some figures contain very small and illegible type.