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1. Incorporating Internet resources into classroom practice: pedagogical perspectives and strategies of secondary school subject teachers.
2. Does ICT contribute to powerful learning environments in primary education?
3. New technologies, new differences. Gender and ethnic differences in pupils’ use of ICT in primary and secondary education.
4. PowerPoint’s power in the classroom: Enhancing students’ self-efficacy and attitudes.
5. Improving children’s written grammar and style: revising and editing with HARRY.
6. Optimizing ICT effectiveness in instruction and learning: multilevel transformation theory and a pilot project in secondary education.
7. Technology and its impact in the classroom.
8. Designs for learning: ICT and knowledge in the classroom.
9. Mapping pedagogy and tools for effective learning design.
10. The role of educational software as a support for teaching and learning conversations.
11. An activity theoretical approach to research of ICT integration in Singapore schools: Orienting activities and learner autonomy.
12. Factors influencing technology integration in teaching: A Taiwanese perspectives.
13. Applying a multimedia storytelling website in foreign language learning.
14. Evaluating a CALL software on the learning of English prepositions.
15. The impact of presentation graphics on students’ experience in the classroom.
16. A framework for understanding teaching with the Internet.
17. “Cultures in negotiation”: Teachers’ acceptance/resistance attitudes considering the infusion of technology into schools.
18. Applying multimedia instruction in e-learning.
19. Education system using interactive 3D computer graphics (3D-CG) animation and scenario language for teaching materials.
20. Computational modeling and simulation fostering new approaches in learning probability.
21. Effectiveness of computer assisted instruction in learning triangles.
22. Key lessons for the design and integration of virtual environments in secondary science.
23. Incorporating e-mail into the learning process: Its impact on student academic achievement and attitudes.
24. Accessing children’s understanding of basic time concepts through multimedia software.
25. What factors facilitate teacher skill, teacher morale, and perceived student learning in technology-using classrooms?
26. Factors influencing the use of computer mediated communication by teachers in secondary schools.
27. Computer simulations in physics teaching and learning: a case study on students’ understanding of trajectory motion.
28. The influence of a multimedia physics tutor and user differences on the development of scientific knowledge.
29. Adavantages, disadvantages, facilitators, and inhibitors of computer-aided instruction in Singapore’s secondary schools.
30. Computer attitudes in an English secondary school.
31. Integrating ICT into second language education in a vocational high school.
32. Computers in primary and secondary education: The interest of an individual teacher or a school policy?
33. Designing and using an open graphic interface for instruction in geometrical optics.
34. The future of computers in teaching and learning.
35. Computer assisted language learning for English as a foreign language.
36. Detrerminants of computer use in lower secondary schools in Japan and the United States.
37. Some factors affecting elementary teachers’ use of the computer.
38. Developing the use of IT within mathematics through action research.
39. A report of two surveys of information and communications technology training and use for literacy in primary schools in the west of England.
40. Transforming teaching and learning: Embedding ICT into everyday classroom practices.
41. School experience course with multimedia in teacher education.
42. Using computer algebra systems in mathematical classrooms.
43. Pupils' recall of an interactive storybook on CD-ROM.
44. A virtual reality application for geometry classes.
45. Learning with ICT at primary level: Pupils' perceptions.
46. Models of pedagogical implementation of ICT in Israeli schools.
47. Factors contributing to teachers' successful implementation of IT.
48. Rhetoric and reality: Using ICT to enhance pupil learning- Harry Potter and Warley Woods Mystery- Case study 2.
49. Primary pupils' recall of interactive storybooks on CD-ROM: Inconsiderate interactive features and forgetting.
50. Computers and 2 D geometric learning of Turkish fourth and fifth graders.
51. Gaming in a 3D multiuser virtual environment: Engaging students in science lessons.
52. Newly qualified teachers' learning related to their use of information and communication technology: A Swedish perspective.
53. Where is the technology-induced pedagogy? Snapshots from two multimedia EFL classrooms.
54. Teachers and ICT: Current use and future needs.
55. Primary school children's use of ICT.
56. Computer assisted reading intervention in a secondary school: An evaluation study.
57. Theories underlying perceived change in teaching and learning after installing a computer network in a secondary school.
58. Modern language and CD-ROM-based learning.
59. Software design to support discussion in the primary curriculum.
60. The impact of interactive whiteboards on teacher-pupil interaction in the National Literacy and Numeracy strategies.
61. The use of ICT to support the development of practical music skills through acquiring keyboard skills: a classroom based study.
62. Outside the square: using LAMS to teach a concept.
63. The teacher's role when pupils work on task using ICT in project work.
64. The effect of spreadsheet and dynamic geometry software on the achievement and self-efficacy of 7th grade students.
65. Computer or paper? That is the question: Does the medium in which assessment questions are presented affect children's performance in mathematics?
66. The effects of age, gender and computer experience upon computer attitudes.
67. Accessibility of PowerPoint presentations among the high and higher secondary school teachers in classroom teaching.
68. Concerns of teachers about technology integration in USA.
69. A study of the use of hand-held computers for teacher professional development in primary schools in the global South.
70. Developing teachers' professional expertise through collaboration in an innovative ICT-based learning environment.
71. Effective models of staff development in ICT.
72. The impact of ICT initiatives in Scottish schools: Cultural issues.
73. Student views of computer-based mathematics in the middle years: Does gender make a difference?
74. The effect of tools of a computer microworld in students' strategies regarding the concept of conservation of area.
75. "The visual helps me understand the complicated things": Pupil views of teaching and learning with interactive whiteboards.
76. Computers on wheels: An alternative to 'each one has one'.
77. The impact of information and technology (ICT) on the management practices of Malaysian Smart Schools.
78. Students’ experiences with and preferences for using information technology in music learning in Shanghai’s secondary schools.
79. Towards a participatory multimedia learning model.
80. The influence of text production on learning with the Internet.
81. Technology integration applied to project-based learning in science.
82. The use of interactive whiteboard for creative teaching and learning in literacy and mathematics: a case study.






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