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Using Technology to Design and Deliver Effective and Responsive Instruction in Culturally Diverse Classrooms
Unformatted Document Text:  initiatives must put the teacher in charge. Journal of Staff Development, 23(1), 40-41. Hacker, R. & Sova, B. (1998). Initial teacher education: a study of the efficacy of computer mediated course delivery in a partnership context. British Journal of Educational Technology, 29(4), 333-341. Retrieved October 25, 2003, from EBSCOHost Database. Hall, C. (1998). Overcoming the Grammar deficit: The role of information technology in teaching German grammar to undergraduates. Canadian Modern Language Review, 55(1), 41-61. Retrieved October 29, 2003, from EBSCOHost Database. Hancock, D. R.; Bray, M.; Nason, S. A. (2002). Influencing university students' achievement and motivation in a technology course. Journal of Educational Research, 95(6), 365-372. Retrieved October 25, 2003, from EBSCOHost Database. Herrera, T.A. (2001). A valid role for the internet in the mathematics classroom. Australian Mathematics Teacher, 53(1), 24-29. Retrieved October 25, 2003, from EBSCOHost Database. Hough, B.W. & Smithey (1999). Creating technology advocates: Connecting preservice teachers with technology [Electronic version]. T.H.E. Journal, 26 (8), 78. Kern, J. F. (1990). Using Readers’ Guide to Periodical Literature on CD-Rom to teach database searching to high school students. Ed.S. Practicum Report, Nova University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. (ERIC Document ED 328 291.) Kerrey, B., & Isakson, J. (2000). The power of the internet for learning: Moving from promise to practice. Web-based Education Commission. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office: Retrieved October 24, 2003, from http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2001/200/07/.pdf. Kozma, R. & Schank, P. (1998). Connecting with the 21 st century: Technology in support of educational reform. In C. Dede (Ed.), Learning with technology [ASCD 1998 yearbook] (pp. 3-27). Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Development. Li, J. & Cumming, A. (2001). Word processing and second language writing: A longitudinal case study. International Journal of English Studies, 1(2), 127-152. Abstract retrieved October 29, 2003, from EBSCOHost Database. Lockard, J., & Abrams, P. D. (2001). Computers for twenty-first century educators (5 th edition). New York: Logman Lu, June. & Molstad, L. (1999). Instructional effectiveness of computer technology in non-computer-oriented courses as perceived y South Dakota high school business teachers. Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, 41(3), 158-176. Abstract retrieved October 29, 2003, from EBSCOHost database. McClintock, E. & Jiang, Z. (1997). Spreadsheets: Powerful tools for probability simulations. Mathematics Teacher, 90(7), 572-580. Retrieved October 29, 2003, from EBSCOHost Database. Means, B. (2001). Technology use in tomorrow’s schools [Electronic version]. Education Leadership, 58(4), 57-62. Mumtaz, S. & Hammond, M. (2002). The word processor re-visited: Observations on the use of the word processor to develop literacy at key stage 2. British Journal of Educational Technology, 33(2), 345-347. Retrieved October 29, 2003, from EBSCOHost Database. Nah, F. F. H., Guru, A., & Hain, P. M. (2000). The use of hypertext and animation for 7

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initiatives must put the teacher in charge. Journal of Staff Development, 23(1),
40-41.
Hacker, R. & Sova, B. (1998). Initial teacher education: a study of the efficacy of
computer mediated course delivery in a partnership context. British Journal of
Educational Technology, 29(4), 333-341.
Retrieved October 25, 2003, from
EBSCOHost Database.
Hall, C. (1998). Overcoming the Grammar deficit: The role of information technology in
teaching German grammar to undergraduates. Canadian Modern Language
Review, 55
(1), 41-61. Retrieved October 29, 2003, from EBSCOHost Database.
Hancock, D. R.; Bray, M.; Nason, S. A. (2002). Influencing university students'
achievement and motivation in a technology course. Journal of Educational
Research, 95
(6), 365-372. Retrieved October 25, 2003, from EBSCOHost
Database.
Herrera, T.A. (2001). A valid role for the internet in the mathematics classroom.
Australian Mathematics Teacher, 53(1), 24-29. Retrieved October 25, 2003, from
EBSCOHost Database.
Hough, B.W. & Smithey (1999). Creating technology advocates: Connecting preservice
teachers with technology [Electronic version]. T.H.E. Journal, 26 (8), 78.
Kern, J. F. (1990). Using Readers’ Guide to Periodical Literature on CD-Rom to teach
database searching to high school students. Ed.S. Practicum Report, Nova
University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. (ERIC Document ED 328 291.)
Kerrey, B., & Isakson, J. (2000). The power of the internet for learning: Moving from
promise to practice. Web-based Education Commission. Washington, D.C.: U.S.
Government Printing Office: Retrieved October 24, 2003, from
http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2001/200/07/.pdf.
Kozma, R. & Schank, P. (1998). Connecting with the 21
st
century: Technology in support
of educational reform. In C. Dede (Ed.), Learning with technology [ASCD 1998
yearbook
] (pp. 3-27). Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and
Development.
Li, J. & Cumming, A. (2001). Word processing and second language writing: A
longitudinal case study. International Journal of English Studies, 1(2), 127-152.
Abstract retrieved October 29, 2003, from EBSCOHost Database.
Lockard, J., & Abrams, P. D. (2001). Computers for twenty-first century educators (5
th
edition). New York: Logman
Lu, June. & Molstad, L. (1999). Instructional effectiveness of computer technology in
non-computer-oriented courses as perceived y South Dakota high school business
teachers. Delta Pi Epsilon Journal, 41(3), 158-176. Abstract retrieved October 29,
2003, from EBSCOHost database.
McClintock, E. & Jiang, Z. (1997). Spreadsheets: Powerful tools for probability
simulations. Mathematics Teacher, 90(7), 572-580. Retrieved October 29, 2003,
from EBSCOHost Database.
Means, B. (2001). Technology use in tomorrow’s schools [Electronic version]. Education
Leadership, 58(4), 57-62.
Mumtaz, S. & Hammond, M. (2002). The word processor re-visited: Observations on the
use of the word processor to develop literacy at key stage 2. British Journal of
Educational Technology, 33
(2), 345-347. Retrieved October 29, 2003, from
EBSCOHost Database.
Nah, F. F. H., Guru, A., & Hain, P. M. (2000). The use of hypertext and animation for
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