Computers Teachers Peers

Author: Marcia C. Linn
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 1410605914
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Linn and Hsi show how computers, teachers, and peers can serve as learning partners--helping students build on their ideas and become lifelong science learners. They invite everyone interested in improving science education to build on their experiences, share insights on the Internet, and create instruction. Computers, Teachers, Peers: * offers case studies to bring the ideas of students learning science to life. *Join Sasha, Chris, Pat, and Lee as they try to make sense of experiments using computers to display data in real time;* * provides principles to help teachers improve their instruction, use technology better, and inspire more students to love science. *Find out how to use visualization tools, online discussion, and more to make science relevant;* * gives researchers and instructional designers a model for effective research and curriculum design. *Linn and Hsi report that the partnership approach to research resulted in a 400% increase in student understanding of science;* * helps schools develop technology plans that continuously improve science instruction. *Find out how schools can design better ways to use technology for learning;* * describes a partnership inquiry process where science teachers, science education researchers, discipline specialists, and technologists consider each others' perspectives and jointly design instruction. *Boys and girls are equally successful in the resulting science courses;* and * features practical tools for learning and instruction, including "Points to Ponder"--to encourage reflection on the ideas in each chapter (partnership groups or classes might use the points as discussion starters or assignments), and "Ask Mr. K."--an interview, in each chapter, with the classroom teacher who was a founding member of the CLP partnership (in these interviews Mr. K. adds insights from his own classroom experiences). This book is supplemented by a CD-ROM (included in each copy) and a Web site (www.clp.berkeley.edu) with the Computers as Learning Partners curriculum, lesson plans, a Quicktime virtual reality visit to the classroom, copies of assessments, opportunities to join partnerships, and more. For readers who wish for more information, Related Readings are cited, including works by authors mentioned in each chapter. Additional works by other authors who inspired the authors appear in the bibliography, on the website, and on the CD-ROM. An annotated bibliography of papers by the members of the CLP partnership also appears at the website and on the CD-ROM.

Enc Focus

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Computer Spell Checkers And Collaborative Peers

Author: Lorana Antoinette Jinkerson
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Technology Implementation And Teacher Education Reflective Models

Author: Yamamoto, Junko
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1615208984
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Today's students are faced with the challenge of utilizing technology to support not only their personal lives, but also their academic careers. Technology Implementation and Teacher Education: Reflective Models provides teachers with the resources needed to address this challenge and develop new methodologies for addressing technology in practice. With chapters focusing on online and blended learning, subject-specific teacher education and social and affective issues, this reference provides a comprehensive, international perspective on the role of technology in shaping educational practices.

Journal Of Computing In Teacher Education

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The Computing Teacher

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Workforce Education Forum

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Children Computers And Science Teaching

Author: Joseph Abruscato
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Children And Computers Together In The Early Childhood Classroom

Author: Jane Ilene Davidson
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Tech Savvy

Author: American Association of University Women. Educational Foundation. Commission on Technology, Gender, and Teacher Education
Editor: American Association of University Women
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"Explores girls' and teachers' perspectives of today's computer culture and technology use at school, home and the workplace. Presents recommendations for broadening access to computers for girls and others who don't fit the "male hacker/computer geek" stereotype."--Page [83].

The Science Teacher

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Collegiate Microcomputer

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Teaching Science In Elementary And Middle School Classrooms

Author: Joseph S. Krajcik
Editor: McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages
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This text provides an overview of current science teaching practices for the elementary and middle grades. The authors, top scholars in the field of Science Education, believe that all children should develop an in-depth and meaningful understanding of scientific concepts and processes. To achieve this, the text utilizes the Project Based Approach. Project-based science stresses that science teaching should emphasize the active engagement of students in science, rather than teachers telling students information. Each chapter has several Portfolio Activity boxes that provide active learning experiences or reflections for the student. Like the first edition, the text includes numerous strategies in each chapter that help both new and experienced teachers understand how to teach science in an active and engaging manner. The text also shows teachers how to implement the National Science Education Standards (NSES) and constructivist strategies. A NSES marginal feature keys content to the standards. Moreover, this textbook helps teachers learn how to implement all of today’s major reforms; not just read about them.

Learning With Computers

Author: Ken Ryba
Editor: International Society for Technology in educ
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Grade level: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, e, i, s, t.

Computer Assisted Language Learning And Testing

Author: Patricia Dunkel
Editor: Newbury House Publishers
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Permissible Computing In Education

Author: Ronald G. Ragsdale
Editor: Praeger Pub Text
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Permissible Computing in Education defines and investigates the relationship between computer applications and current values and assumptions regarding computers. In addition, the author analyzes the consequences of this relationship in order to make recommendations for future computer applications to educational settings. Ragsdale first analyzes the psychology behind computer implementation in education. He examines present assumptions in educational computing and describes the evaluation of educational and computer needs. Various types of equity, including racial and sexual, possible through computer uses are addressed. Other chapters examine courseware development; artificial intelligence; appropriate programming and writing; student, teacher, and parent participation; and teacher training and research.

Computers In Humanbehavior

Author: Robert D. Tennyson
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