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Anabela Abreu Malpique; Debora Valcan; Deborah Pino-Pasternak; Susan Ledger; Bronte Kelso-Marsh – Issues in Educational Research, 2023
There is a strong body of research showing associations between handwriting automaticity and children's writing performance. However, less is known about keyboarding automaticity and young students' writing performance. We investigated the relationship between handwriting and keyboarding automaticity and writing performance in both modalities in a…
Descriptors: Handwriting, Office Occupations, Writing Achievement, Teaching Methods
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Beazley, Malcolm R. – Journal of Reading, 1989
Describes the Computer Pals across the World Project, which provides an opportunity for students to write letters, poetry, reports, and newspaper articles for fellow students around the globe. Argues that it provides a real context for developing reading and writing abilities, cultural awareness, motivation, and keyboarding skills. (RS)
Descriptors: Computer Uses in Education, Cultural Exchange, Electronic Mail, Elementary Secondary Education
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Trezise, Kelly; Ryan, Tracii; de Barba, Paula; Kennedy, Gregor – Journal of Learning Analytics, 2019
Rural teachers and educators are increasingly called upon to build partnerships with families who use languages other than English in the home (US DOE, 2016). This is equally true for rural schools, where the number of multilingual families is small, and the language and cultural backgrounds of students differs from those of school. This article…
Descriptors: College Students, Cheating, Identification, Learning Analytics
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Biklen, Douglas – Harvard Educational Review, 1990
This case study describes Rosemary Crossley's facilitated communication method, which enables certain autistic people to communicate via an electronic device. Controversies surrounding the method and challenges to assumptions about autism are explored. (SK)
Descriptors: Autism, Communication Aids (for Disabled), Communication Disorders, Foreign Countries