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Title Technology-rich learning environments : a future perspective / Myint Swe Khine, Darrell Fisher, eds.
Imprint River Edge, N.J. : World Scientific, [2003]
©2003

Subject Computer-assisted instruction -- Cross-cultural studies.
Internet in education -- Cross-cultural studies.
Alt Name Khine, Myint Swe.
Fisher, Darrell L. (Darrell Lyell), 1940-
Description 1 online resource (xxiii, 422 pages) : illustrations
Note Title from title screen.
Title from book cover on Web Page (viewed Dec. 2, 2005).
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Issued By May be limited to subscribing institutions.
Contents 1. The validation and application of a new learning environment instrument for online learning in higher education / Vanessa Chang and Darrell Fisher -- 2. Creating a technology-rich constructivist learning environment in a classroom management module / Myint Swe Khine -- 3. Effectiveness of a technology-rich and outcomes-focused learning environment / Jill Aldridge and Barry Fraser -- 4. The relationship between attitudes and achievement of university students in computer classrooms in Indonesia / Eko Sri Margianti -- 5. Working with technology-rich learning environments: strategies for success / Sue Trinidad -- 6. Technology-rich learning environments and the role of effective teaching / Tony Rickards -- 7. Learning environments in new contexts: Web-capable classrooms in Canada / David Zandvliet -- 8. Assessing and researching the online learning environment / John Clayton -- 9. Computer laboratory environments: providing a sustainable practical learning experience / Michael Newby -- 10. Implementing the Internet learning environment into the chemistry curriculum in high schools in Israel / Miri Kesner, Marcel Frailich and Avi Hofstein -- 11. Technology and maritime education and training: a future perspective / Peter Muirhead -- 12. Designing a web-supported learning environment on communication in multicultural classrooms / Jan van Tartwijk, Theo Wubbels, Perry den Brok, Yvonne de Jong and Ietje Veldman -- 13. Evaluating e-learning environments in Singapore lower secondary science classrooms / Quek Choon Lang and Angela F.L. Wong -- 14. Students as change agents: the generation Y model / Dennis Harper -- 15. A system of reciprocity: empowering stakeholders to do more with less in educational technology / Catherine P. Fulford and Ariana Eichelberger -- 16. Web-based e-learning environments in Taiwan: the impact of the online science flash program on students' learning / Hsiao-Ching She and Darrell Fisher -- 17. Students' and teachers' perceptions of actual and preferred classroom environments in Japanese junior high school: the potential of psychological measures in the classroom / Sonomi Hirata and Darrell Fisher -- 18. Design principles for web-based learning: balancing individual and social perspectives in technology-rich learning environments / David Hung and Tan Seng Chee.
Summary The proliferation of information and communication technology tools inrecent years has led many educators to revise the way they teach andstructure their learning environments. The growth of technologyapplications in teaching and training is not only gaining momentum, itis becoming a significant part of today's educational scene.
ISBN 9812564411 (electronic bk.)
9789812564412 (electronic bk.)
9789812384355
9812384359
9789812384362
9812384367
9812384359
9812384367
OCLC # 62410194
Additional Format Print version: Khine, Myint Swe. Technology-rich learning environments. Singapore : World Scientific, 2003 9812384359 9812384367 (DLC) 2004298136 (OCoLC)53022093


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