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A Comparative Analysis Of Student Performance Utilizing Computer Based Instruction And Teacher Based Instruction Within A Secondary Mathematics Setting, John Douglas Sawtelle Jan 2002

A Comparative Analysis Of Student Performance Utilizing Computer Based Instruction And Teacher Based Instruction Within A Secondary Mathematics Setting, John Douglas Sawtelle

Theses Digitization Project

This project addresses the question: does computer based instruction enhance student learning when compared to traditional lecture or teacher based instruction? The overall purpose of this project was an assessment of student performance before and after using computer based instruction versus a before and after assessment using traditional teacher based instruction.


A High School Physics Instructor's Website: Design, Implementation, And Evaluation, Richard Neal White Jan 2002

A High School Physics Instructor's Website: Design, Implementation, And Evaluation, Richard Neal White

Theses Digitization Project

In order to test the ability of the Internet to supplement classroom instruction, an instructor-authored WWW site crashwhite.com was developed for two Berkeley High courses: Advanced Placement (AP) physics, and college-prep physics class. The website was intended to supplement classroom instruction by making classroom materials available to students and parents outside the classroom, and to facilitate increased teacher-parent, teacher-student, and student-student communication.


The Effectiveness Of Integrating Technology Into Science Eduaction (Sic) Compared To The Traditional Science Classroom, Kimberly Ann Sigears Jan 2002

The Effectiveness Of Integrating Technology Into Science Eduaction (Sic) Compared To The Traditional Science Classroom, Kimberly Ann Sigears

Theses Digitization Project

The goal of this project is to assist the teacher in integrating technology into a seventh grade science classroom, with an emphasis on the human body systems. Through the integration of technology into science education, this project aided in enhancing the learning environment, while motivating students to become more active participants in their learning experience.


Using Computer Technology To Enhance Science Education, Cynthia Lynn Peterson Jan 2002

Using Computer Technology To Enhance Science Education, Cynthia Lynn Peterson

Theses Digitization Project

The purpose of this project is to determine if using computer technology as a tool for conceptual change would be an effective pedagogical strategy in replacing science misconceptions.