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Editors: Jeff Sigafoos and Vanessa Green (The Univ. of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia)
Book Description:
This book aims to describe the application of technology for addressing a range of education issues across a range of ages and educational settings. Each chapter revie how a particular technology or approach to the use of technology has been applied for one or more teaching and learning purposes. The use of technology is considered across a range of educational settings, including school-based and adult/vocational learning. There are also chapters on the use of technology in educational programs for individuals with special educational needs.

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1 - Overview; pp. 1-6
(Vanessa A. Green, Jeff Sigafoos, The Univ. of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, Jeff Sigafoos and Gabriella Basili, Seniallia General Hospital, Italy)

Chapter 2 - Employing Digital Technolgies to Capture Evidence of Achievement in the Education of Young Learners; pp. 7-15
(Margot Boardman, Univ. of Tasmania, Tasmania Australia)

Chapter 3 - Marconi's Legacy: Learning Through Radio in Digital Classrooms; pp. 17-26
(Sharon Pittaway, University of Tasmania, Tasmania Australia)

Chapter 4 - Cam-Capture: An Eye on Teaching and Learning; pp. 27-39
(David R. Cole, University of Tasmania, Tasmania Australia.)

Chapter 5 - Using Computers to Promote Literacy Development;
pp. 41-50
(Thao Le and Quynh LÍ, University of Tasmania, Tasmania Australia)

Chapter 6 - Computer-based Graphic Organizer Games; pp. 51-63
(Daniel H. Robinson, Shana Shaw, Educational Psychology, The Univ. of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX and Alex Games, Dept. of Curriculum and Instruction, Univ. of Wisconsin, 225 N. Mills St., Madison, WI)

Chapter 7 - Use of Technology for Creating Cognitive Conflict in Mathematics; pp. 65-74
(Jane M. Watson, University of Tasmania, Tasmania, Australia)

Chapter 8 - The Use of Information Communication Technology to Strengthen Practicum Experiences; pp. 75-88
(John Williamson and Christine Gardner, Univ. of Tasmania, Tasmania, Australia)

Chapter 9 - Using ICT Resources in Project-based Learning Within a Vocational Education and Training Environment; pp. 89-99
Helen Bound and Annette Salter, University of Tasmania, Tasmania, Australia)

Chapter 10 - Schooling Without Borders: Using ICT for Flexible Delivery of Education; pp. 101-114
(Darren Pullen, Univ. of Tasmania, Tasmania Australia and Brian Cusack, Auckland University of Technology)

Chapter 11 - Evaluation of Educational Software: Theory into Practice; pp. 115-124
(Quynh LÍ, and Thao Le, University of Tasmania, Tasmania, Australia)

Chapter 12 - Technology Teaching: Function and Aesthetics, Univ. of Tasmania,; pp. 125-135
(Robyn Glade-Wright and Robin Wills, Univ. of Tasmania, Tasmania, Australia)

Chapter 13 - PowerPoint: Friend or Foe?; pp. 137-145
(Kerry McNeill, Univ. of Tasmania, Tasmania, Australia)

Chapter 14 - Reflective Learning in Online Communication; pp. 147-156
(Thao Le and Quynh LÍ)

Chapter 15 - Microswitch Technology for Persons with Multiple Disabilities: Examining Some Recent Developments; pp. 157-172
(Giulio E. Lancioni, The Univ. of Bari, Via Quintino Sella, Bari, Italy, Mark F. OíReilly, The Univ. of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX,
Nirbhay N. Singh, ONE Research Institute, Richmond, VA AND et al)

Chapter 16 - Using Video Technology for Teaching Individuals with Developmental Disabilities; pp. 173-181
(Jeff Sigafoos, Univ. of Tasmania, Tasmania, Australia, Mark F. O'Reilly and Guilio E. Lancioni, Univ. of Bari, Bari, Italy, and et al)

Chapter 17 - A Personal Account of Using the Picture Exchange Communication Communication System (PECS TM) with a Child With Autism; pp. 183-193
(Douglas J. Bridge, Univ. of Tasmania, Tasmania, Australia and Sharon J. Carter, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia)


   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2007
   ISBN: 1-60021-699-4
   Status: AV
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