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Artino, Anthony R., Jr.; McCoach, D. Betsy – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2008
Recently, several scholars have suggested that academic self-regulation may be particularly important for students participating in online learning. The purpose of the present study was to develop a quantitative self-report measure of perceived task value and self-efficacy for learning within the context of self-paced, online training, and to…
Descriptors: Investigations, Self Efficacy, Online Courses, Measures (Individuals)
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Mouza, Chrystalla – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2006
This study describes and analyzes the pedagogical activities of two professional development models aimed at helping teachers effectively integrate technology in their classrooms. Most importantly, it investigates the impact of those activities on teacher learning and practice. Results of the study provide empirical evidence that links key…
Descriptors: Professional Development, Theory Practice Relationship, Teaching Models, Technology Integration
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Hythecker, Velma I.; And Others – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 1985
Describes a study that involved development and evaluation of a training module that uses computer assisted instruction and cooperative learning to facilitate acquisition of learning strategies by university students. Results reveal strategy training with the module enhanced performance on free recall tests. (MBR)
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Higher Education, Instructional Material Evaluation, Learning Modules
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Christensen, Carol A.; Cosden, Merith A. – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 1986
This study examined extent to which differential exposure to computer literacy found with lower socioeconomic students is also characteristic of instruction for learning handicapped children in special education and mainstreamed classrooms. Results are discussed in terms of impact of placement in special education on students' ability to develop…
Descriptors: Computer Literacy, Educational Research, Elementary Secondary Education, Emotional Disturbances
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Lipinski, Judith M.; And Others – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 1986
Describes experiments in which microcomputers were placed in large and small preschool classrooms to examine which free-play activities were and were not affected by microcomputer's presence, sex differences in microcomputer preference and use, social interactions occurring around microcomputers, and whether these interactions differ in frequence…
Descriptors: Behavior Change, Interpersonal Relationship, Literature Reviews, Microcomputers
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MacArthur, Charles A.; And Others – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 1986
Naturalistic observation techniques were used with 24 9- to 12-year-old learning disabled students to investigate two sets of variables that might influence achievement differences between computer-assisted instruction and seatwork: engagement rate and interactions with teachers and peers. Implications for research and microcomputer implementation…
Descriptors: Drills (Practice), Elementary Education, Interaction, Learning Disabilities
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Hess, Robert D.; McGarvey, Linda J. – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 1987
A study of the effects of microcomputer use in classrooms and homes on the growth of school-readiness skills of kindergartners used pre- and posttested experimental and control groups to assess reading readiness, mathematics readiness, Piagetian operations, and keyboard knowledge. Teacher implementation strategies and techniques used by nonreaders…
Descriptors: Class Activities, Comparative Analysis, Computer Assisted Instruction, Courseware
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Perkins, D. N.; And Others – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 1986
Examines reasons why some elementary and secondary students learn programming in BASIC and LOGO much better than others suggesting this happens because students bring different learning patterns to the programming context. Pitfalls novices face in learning programming are discussed, and instructional design suggestions to foster better learning…
Descriptors: Cognitive Style, Elementary Secondary Education, Instructional Design, Instructional Improvement
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Dalbey, John; Linn, Marcia C. – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 1985
Surveys recent literature on computer programing focusing on psychological studies of the programing task and selected instructional issues related to precollege programing. The cognitive demands and outcomes of programing, the influence of instruction on learning, and individual differences in outcomes of programing are specifically addressed.…
Descriptors: Academic Ability, Classroom Environment, Cognitive Processes, Elementary Secondary Education
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Moe, Kim C.; Johnson, Marilyn F. – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 1988
Describes study of 315 secondary school students that investigated their reactions to computerized testing and assessed the practicability of this testing method in the classroom. Two versions of a standardized aptitude test battery used are described, one computerized and one printed, and a survey assessing students' reactions is discussed. (9…
Descriptors: Adaptive Testing, Analysis of Variance, Aptitude Tests, Computer Assisted Testing
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Gabriel, Roy M. – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 1985
Reports on test development and validation research in computer literacy among elementary and secondary students. Empirical data collected in testing 3,000 students in grades four, seven, and 11 are presented which evidence psychometric properties of the testing instruments and address questions of interrelationships among student and classroom…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Classroom Techniques, Computer Literacy, Correlation
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Chambers, S. M.; Clarke, V. A. – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 1987
Describes Australian study which investigated relationships between characteristics of disadvantaged elementary and secondary students and their participation in computing activities, both in and out of the classroom. Variables used to define disadvantaged include gender, school ability, socioeconomic status, and ethnic background. Results are…
Descriptors: Ability Grouping, Analysis of Variance, Computer Assisted Instruction, Developed Nations
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Brown, John Seely – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 1985
Exploration of concepts crucial to development of new computer-based learning environments focuses on process rather than product and the computer's ability to record, represent, and communicate the underlying process. Cognitive, pedagogical, and sociological issues relevant to creation of learning environments in five domains (empowering…
Descriptors: Algebra, Communication (Thought Transfer), Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Literacy
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Gourgey, Annette F. – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 1987
This study of drill-and-practice computer-assisted instruction (CAI) compares CAI with reinforcement, CAI with formal classroom instruction, and CAI alone to determine which is most effective for gains in achievement. Results are analyzed for remedial students in grades four to eight who studied reading and math, and future research needs are…
Descriptors: Achievement Gains, Analysis of Covariance, Computer Assisted Instruction, Conventional Instruction
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Cicchelli, Terry; Baecher, Richard – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 1985
This study used the Stages of Concern Questionnaire to investigate concerns of elementary and secondary school teachers at the onset of the process of implementing microcomputers in their schools. Results are discussed in terms of gender and teaching grade level differences, and the design of effective inservice education. (MBR)
Descriptors: Attitude Measures, Charts, Design Requirements, Educational Innovation
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