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Technology in Mathematics Education: A Descriptive Study of the Availability and Uses of Calculators and Computers in Public High School Mathematics Classes in the State of Virginia
(Virginia Tech, 1998-08-25)
The purpose of this descriptive study was to investigate the availability and distribution of calculators and computers for the mathematics classes in public high schools across the State of Virginia; examine professional ...
Construction as a Curriculum Organizer for Technology Education
(Virginia Tech, 1997-07-29)
This dissertation was the result of an investigation into the relative importance of construction as a curriculum organizer for the field of technology education. In particular, it concentrated on the relationship between ...
Designing, Piloting, and Evaluating the Interdisciplinary Internet Module - Healthy Hearts for Intermediate Grade Children
(Virginia Tech, 1997-06-11)
Two issues are prevalent today in K-6 education-- the integration of the Internet into schools, and the emphasis on guiding children to make wise and healthy lifestyle choices. These are the two themes reflected in this ...
A Survey of Factors Which Influence Teachers' Use of Computer-based Technology
(Virginia Tech, 1997-07-22)
Current literature is plentiful on computer-based technology's influence on students. There are only a few studies which have looked at the influence that computer-based technology has on teachers. This is a study of ...
Program For Afloat College Education In The Navy: Measuring Instructional Effectiveness In An Era Of Declining Resources
(Virginia Tech, 1998-01-29)
Under the Program For Afloat College Education (PACE), Sailors are able to take undergraduate and pre-college level courses aboard US Navy ships through computer-based instruction or under the instruction of a college ...
An Assessment of the Status of the Diffusion and Adoption of Computer-Based Technology in Appalachian College Association Colleges and Universities
(Virginia Tech, 1998-08-05)
This descriptive study examines the status of the diffusion and adoption of computer-based technology in the 33 Appalachian College Association schools and universities. The study was conducted in two phases. In Phase I ...
Computer-related technology use in the high school physics classroom: a case study
(Virginia Tech, 1996)