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DISTAR Reading Program: Elementary School
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5 pages in length. Learning to read can be a chore if not approached in a positive and interesting manner. Inasmuch as elementary school children have rather short attention spans, teachers are forever compelled to utilize various reading programs that not only stimulate the child's desire to learn, but also effectively carry out the task. Educators have been heralding the Direct Instructional System for Teaching and Remediation (DISTAR) program as a means by which to gain the attention of elementary school children, as well as effectively and entertainingly instill the properties of reading. The writer discusses the fundamental properties of DISTAR in relation to elementary school children. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCdistr.doc

Interactive Computer Reading Programs Improve Literacy
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5 pages in length. Children are experiencing an overwhelming increase in literacy rates due in great part to the implementation of a fairly new technology: interactive computer programs. Particularly evident of this success is the drastic improvement in reading skills of kindergarten and elementary school children. The advent of computer-based learning programs allows for a number of teaching enhancements not otherwise available in the conventional format. The writer discusses research findings as they relate to interactive reading programs for children. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Intread.wps

Technology as an Aid to Literacy
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A 10 page research paper that examines how technology is being implemented in America's classrooms as an aid to literacy. The writer covers how this impacts primary grades as well as secondary education and teacher training. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Tecnolit.wps

Internet Use in the Educational Setting
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This 5 page paper considers the use of the Internet in the educational setting and the basic reasoning behind the integration of this kind of technology in the classroom setting. This paper then goes on to suggest areas that need to be evaluated in terms of Internet access and use by students, including access to pornography through the World Wide Web, the lack of general regulation of the Internet, and the disadvantages and advantages of using this kind of technology. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: MHEduca7.doc

Technology Use in Adult Education
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A 5 page research paper that examines how technological advances have impacted the field of adult education. The writer particularly emphasizes how home computers have made online courses a viable alternative to attending a regularly scheduled class. Adult learners can now learn when it fits their schedules. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: 90aded.rtf

An Internet Based Academic Activity for School Age Children
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This 3 page paper involves a look at academic web sites, particularly designed for teachers, and reviews one of the activities found. The activity chosen is related to science and involves concepts related to the size and function of the human brain. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: SA418Big.rtf

“Blogging” as a Tool in Education
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An 8 page paper discussing Weblogs’ applicability to education. Weblogs can be highly useful in a variety of educational settings, either as being supplemental to course content or as providing a launching pad for further learning and discussion. They can diminish the anonymity factor inherent in many Internet-based communications, while yet giving a greater voice to those less likely to contribute in the physical setting. Weblogs can be formal outgrowths of administrative function or provide an informal gathering place antithetical to traditional classroom structure. In short, the benefits possible from the use of Weblogs are immense, and can add great value to education, both in function and in outcome. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: KSWeblogs.rtf

“Effective Communication Between Teachers and Parents”
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A ten page paper which looks at methodologies of communication between school teachers and parents, including traditional systems of reports and newsletters and more modern advances in internet technology, with regard to establishing efficient and positive interaction between home and school. Bibliography lists 6 sources
Filename: JLedcomm.wps

"America Dreams": An Evaluation of an Example of Web-Based Curriculum
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A 4 page exploration of the Library of Congress' "America Dreams" site. This paper explores the positive features of the site and comments on how it leads the student to a full understanding of the American Dream and how it has faced many challenges through the ages. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPedCur3.rtf

3 Education Research Proposals
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This 6 page paper is made up of 3 research proposals with a research outline and a brief methodology. The proposals are to look at rrepresentations of computer-based learning in popular media, to assess representations of schooling on school websites and to examine children's help seeking strategies in an online educational discussion forum. The bibliography cites 20 sources.
Filename: TEeduit.rtf

4th Grade/Endangered Animals Web Quest
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A 5 page guide/research paper that, first, discusses various web sites on the topic of endangered species that can be characterized by their approach. Then, the writer offers a lesson plan using some of these sites. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: khensp.rtf

Adoption of Technology in Classrooms
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A 7 page research paper that address the question: Does age, years of experience teaching, or the degree of familiarity that the teacher has with technology, that is, the amount of personal computer experience, constitute influences that should be addressed in regards to answering this question? Bibliography lists 20 sources.
Filename: khtechad.rtf

Advantages and Disadvantages of Online Degree Programs
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An 8 page paper discussing the value of Internet-based study. The availability of online degree programs opens a wealth of possibilities to those who would have no access to those programs in only the traditional setting. Certainly there are disadvantages to the virtual classroom format, as there are with the traditional classroom format. The advantages outweigh those negatives, however, allowing the Internet to assist in bringing high-quality education to a greater number of people, and in a wider range of socioeconomic demographic groups. It allows the "late bloomer" adult or the mid-life career-changer the freedom to pursue new interests, and to gain the degrees necessary for securing positions in which their years of practical work experience can be of benefit to greater numbers of people. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: KSinterDegree.rtf

AIU Online: Learning Theories
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3 pages in length. AIU Online provides a comprehensive approach to learning that one might readily argue does not exist in some conventional institutions. The extent to which AIU Online strives to incorporate holistic learning theories is both grand and far-reaching; that Singularity™ Learning, Fourth Dimension Learning™ and CommonGround™ techniques are commonly applied in this virtual environment illustrates the lengths to which AIU Online goes to provide well-rounded instruction to its students. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLC_AIU.rtf

America’s Grade Schools and the Importance of Technology and Technology Integration
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In fourteen pages this Master’s thesis paper analyzes the importance of integrating technology in American schools to lift lagging education standards and discusses such innovations as SMART boards, Promethean boards, and enVisionMATH, along budgetary considerations as well as the demands on schools posed by constantly changing technology. Fifteen sources are listed in the bibliography.
Filename: TGclasstec.rtf

An Evaluation of Alternative Technology-Based Instructional Formats
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A 2 page review of an article addressing the subject of education and assessment. The article examined is 'An Evaluation of Alternative Technology-Based Instructional Formats,' by Tena M. McQueen and Robert A. Fleck Jr.. Article is included. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAalted.wps

Annotated Bibliography: Effective Communication Using Computer Technology for Educators
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A 4 page paper providing an annotated bibliography of 11 sources primarily from the ERIC database. There are many studies investigating the use of technology in the classroom, but far fewer directly addressing the issue of teachers’ training needs in the use of that technology. This paper is an annotated bibliography of several studies that focus on teachers’ needs for training. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: KSeduCommTechBib.rtf

Apollo Group: University of Phoenix
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A 5 page paper discussing the grand strategy of the Apollo Group, of which University of Phoenix is a part. The advantages of the grand strategy far outweigh the disadvantages. As one of the first organizations to offer extensive distance education using the Internet as a medium, University of Phoenix is the country's leading online university. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: KSstratApollo.rtf

Are Students Becoming Less And Less Effective As Readers And Writers With The New Software Programs Available?
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3 pages in length. Quite to the contrary of students becoming less and less effective as readers and writers with the new software programs available, children are experiencing an overwhelming increase in literacy rates due in great part to the implementation of a fairly new technology: interactive computer programs. Particularly encouraging is the drastic improvement in poor readers. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TLCStuTech.rtf


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