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Using Technology to Design and Deliver Effective and Responsive Instruction in Culturally Diverse Classrooms
Unformatted Document Text:  Smith, M.W. & Hough, B.W. (1999). Connecting preservice teachers with technology [Electronic version]. T.H.E. Journal, 26 (8), 78-79. Smith, P.L. & Ragon, T.J. (1999). Instructional design. HoboKen, NJ: Wiley Publishers.Song, C. (2002). Literature review for hypermedia study from an individual learning differences perspective [Electronic version]. British Journal of Educational Technology, 33 (4), 435-447. The power of the internet for learning: Moving from promise to practice. Report of the Web-based Education Commission: Washington, D. C. Retrieved October 24, 2003, from http://interact.hpcnet.org/webcommission/index.htm. Turchin, A., Lehman, H.P., Flexner, C.W., Hendrix, C.W., Shatzer, J.H., & Merz, W.G. (2000). Active learning center: Potential uses and efficacy of an interactive internet-based teaching tool. Medical Teacher, 22(3), 271-276. Retrieved October 29, 2003, from EBSCOHost Database. Webb, J. (2002). Benefits of cooperative learning in a multimedia environment. (Master’s Research Paper, Department of Workforce Education and Development in the Graduate School, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, July 2002) (ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology Clearinghouse No. IR021990). 9

Authors: Cornelious, Linda., Yang, Yi. and Alexander, Mary.
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Smith, M.W. & Hough, B.W. (1999). Connecting preservice teachers with technology
[Electronic version]. T.H.E. Journal, 26 (8), 78-79.
Smith, P.L. & Ragon, T.J. (1999). Instructional design. HoboKen, NJ: Wiley Publishers.
Song, C. (2002). Literature review for hypermedia study from an individual learning
differences perspective [Electronic version]. British Journal of Educational
Technology, 33
(4), 435-447.
The power of the internet for learning: Moving from promise to practice. Report of the
Web-based Education Commission: Washington, D. C. Retrieved October 24,
2003, from http://interact.hpcnet.org/webcommission/index.htm.
Turchin, A., Lehman, H.P., Flexner, C.W., Hendrix, C.W., Shatzer, J.H., & Merz, W.G.
(2000). Active learning center: Potential uses and efficacy of an interactive
internet-based teaching tool. Medical Teacher, 22(3), 271-276. Retrieved October
29, 2003, from EBSCOHost Database.
Webb, J. (2002). Benefits of cooperative learning in a multimedia environment.
(Master’s Research Paper, Department of Workforce Education and Development
in the Graduate School, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, July 2002)
(ERIC Clearinghouse on Information & Technology Clearinghouse No.
IR021990).
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