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Lancaster, Paula E.; Schumaker, Jean B.; Lancaster, Sean J. C.; Deshler, Donald D. – Learning Disability Quarterly, 2009
Students with disabilities must meet many testing demands, given the current emphasis on accountability and state competency testing. The purpose of this project was to develop and field test a computerized program to teach the Test-Taking Strategy (Hughes, Schumaker, Deshler, & Mercer, 1988) to secondary-level students with disabilities. The…
Descriptors: Experimental Groups, Quasiexperimental Design, Protocol Analysis, Learning Disabilities
Alberta Advanced Education and Technology, 2008
Learning Clicks is a program under the provincial department of Advanced Education and Technology's "Raising Awareness about Planning for Post-Secondary" (RAPPS) umbrella; an initiative that supports Strategy 2.4 in Alberta Advanced Education and Technology's 2007-10 Business Plan to enhance parents' and learners' knowledge and awareness…
Descriptors: Teacher Surveys, Student Surveys, Foreign Countries, Educational Technology
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Mathews, Anna E.; Werch, Chudley (CHAD); Michniewicz, Mara; Bian, Hui – Journal of Drug Education, 2007
The purpose of the study was to evaluate the immediate impact of two new versions of the Project SPORT program, a brief one-on-one tailored consult addressing alcohol use and physical activity for adolescents. One new version was a brief interactive CD-ROM (Study one) and a second was a brief small group consultation (Study two). In study one,…
Descriptors: Physical Activities, Physical Activity Level, Drinking, Computer Software
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Botzer, Galit; Yerushalmy, Michal – International Journal for Technology in Mathematics Education, 2006
This paper focuses on the cognitive processes that occur while students are exploring motion graphs. In a classroom experiment, we examine how high-school students (aged 17), with backgrounds in calculus and physics, interpret the graphs they create through drawing the path of the movement of their hand with a computer mouse. Based on recent, and…
Descriptors: Graphs, Physics, Motion, Cognitive Processes