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  • Computers in the Special Education Classroom
    by Rhoda Woods Cummings, Cleborne D. Maddux
    ISBN 0866562575 (0-86656-257-5)
    Hardcover, Routledge

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    Authorities from the fields of education and computers explore the vital issues and concerns related to effectively using available computer technologies in the special education classroom. They thoroughly examine the potential benefits of technology in addressing the needs of the disabled, the limits in the application of technology to the lives of the disabled, and the risks of a person with disabilities becoming too dependent on technology. Timely and practical information is offered for effectively applying available technologies, advocating new technologies, and conducting needed research.

  • Johnson, D Lamont: Distance Education: Issues and Concerns
    Distance Education: Issues and Concerns
    by Rhoda Woods Cummings, Cleborne D. Maddux
    ISBN 0789020319 (0-7890-2031-9)
    Softcover, CRC Press

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    Learn to assess and assure the quality of university-level distance education classes!

    Now that many colleges and universities have embarked on significant distance education curricula, an overview of the state of the art is necessary. This valuable collection looks at distance education through a varied set of critical lenses to examine how distance education classrooms can affect students' attitudes and behaviors, the use ofand attitudes towardgroup projects in online courses, the effects that the use of technology has on the relationship between student and teacher, and a great deal more!

    Distance Education: Issues and Concerns:

    • provides concrete recommendations for enhancing the distance education experience
    • shows the relationship between learning styles, enrollment, and retention in Internet-based courses, and makes recommendations to help ensure student success
    • highlights the importance of conducting small-scale usability studies for instructional Web sites
    • examines the advantages of using handheld computers and mobile phones in teacher education
    • emphasizes the importance of good teaching, no matter what kind of technology is in use
    • provides an overview of the drawbacks and benefits of distance education and a plan for quality control
    • examines the steps taken by one graduate program to ensure continuing improvement of its online courses
    • offers a number of ways to develop a comprehensive quality control system that addresses development, delivery, and evaluation
    • presents a basic cost-income model for electronically delivered instruction
    • provides a social constructionist framework for online learning
    • looks at the challenges that laboratory experience courses present in a distance education context, and shows how remote lab use could work in several engineering disciplines
    • describes a successful hybrid online graduate class designed to help administrators increase their technical competencies
    • and more!
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  • Educational Computing: Learning With Tomorrow's Technologies
    by Cleborne D. Maddux , D. Lamont Johnson, Jerry W. Willis
    ISBN 0205136486 (0-205-13648-6)
    Softcover, Allyn & Bacon

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    Focusing on general concepts and the theory and research on teaching, learning and technology, this text is aimed at those who already have basic computing skills. It is geared to answering the question of what a teacher would do differently if he or she had computers in the classroom.

  • Evaluation and Assessment in Educational Information Technology
    by Cleborne D. Maddux , D. Lamont Johnson, Jerry W. Willis
    ISBN 0789019396 (0-7890-1939-6)
    Softcover, CRC Press

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    Choose the right hardware and software for your school!

    This unique book is the first systematic work on evaluating and assessing educational information technology. Here you?ll find specific strategies, best practices, and techniques to help you choose the educational technology that is most appropriate for your institution. Evaluation and Assessment in Educational Information Technology will show you how to measure the effects of information technology on teaching and learning, help you determine the extent of technological integration into the curriculum that is best for your school, and point you toward the most effective ways to teach students and faculty to use new technology.

    Evaluation and Assessment in Educational Information Technology presents:

    • a summary of the last ten years of assessment instrument development
    • seven well-validated instruments that gauge attitudes, beliefs, skills, competencies, and technology integration proficiencies
    • two content analysis instruments for analyzing teacher-student interaction patterns in a distance learning setting
    • an examination of the best uses of computerized testing--as opposed to conventional tests, as used in local settings, to meet daily instructional needs, in online delivery programs, in public domain software, and available commercial and shareware options
    • successful pedagogical and assessment strategies for use in online settings
    • a four-dimensional model to assess student learning in instructional technology courses
    • three models for assessing the significance of information technology in education from a teacher?s perspective
    • an incisive look at Michigan?s newly formed Consortium of Outstanding Achievement in Teaching with Technology (COATT)
    • ways to use electronic portfolios for teaching/learning performance assessment
    • and much more!
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    Helping Professions Learning Center Instant Access Code for Smaby/Maddux's Basic and Advanced Counseling Skills: Skilled Counselor Training Model
    by Marlowe H. Smaby, Cleborne D. Maddux
    ISBN 1133048498 (1-133-04849-8)
    Wadsworth Publishing

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  • Corrine E.: A Human Development View Of Learning Disabilities: From Theory To Practice
    A Human Development View Of Learning Disabilities: From Theory To Practice
    by Corrine E., Ph.D. Kass, Cleborne D. Maddux
    ISBN 0398075654 (0-398-07565-4)
    Softcover, Charles C Thomas Pub Ltd

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  • Information Technology in Educational Research and Statistics (Computers in the Schools) (0789009765) by Johnson, D Lamont
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    Information Technology in Educational Research and Statistics (Computers in the Schools)
    by Corrine E., Ph.D. Kass, Cleborne D. Maddux
    ISBN 0789009765 (0-7890-0976-5)
    Softcover, CRC Press

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    This important book focuses on creating new ideas for using educational technologies such as the Internet, the World Wide Web, and various software packages to further research and statistics. You will explore on-going debates relating to the theory of research, research methodology, and successful practices. Information Technology in Educational Research and Statistics also covers the debate on what statistical procedures are appropriate for what kinds of research designs.

  • Integration of Technology into the Classroom: Case Studies (0789010488) by Johnson, D Lamont
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    Integration of Technology into the Classroom: Case Studies
    by Corrine E., Ph.D. Kass, Cleborne D. Maddux
    ISBN 0789010488 (0-7890-1048-8)
    Softcover, CRC Press

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    Book by Johnson, D Lamont, Maddux, Cleborne D, Liu, Leping

  • Johnson, D Lamont: Logo: A Retrospective (Computers in the Schools Monographs/Separates)
    Logo: A Retrospective (Computers in the Schools Monographs/Separates)
    by Corrine E., Ph.D. Kass, Cleborne D. Maddux
    ISBN 0789003740 (0-7890-0374-0)
    Hardcover, CRC Press

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  • Maddux, Cleborne D: Logo in the Schools
    Logo in the Schools
    by Corrine E., Ph.D. Kass, Cleborne D. Maddux
    ISBN 086656425X (0-86656-425-X)
    Softcover, Routledge

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    This is the most extensive compilation of serious thinking and actual hard research evidence on what Logo is and what it can do, including a lead chapter by Seymour Papert, developer of Logo. An invaluable resource for school teachers, university professors, and other professionals who teach or research Logo, this exciting volume combines theory, practice, and research. Experts examine the different forms that Logo takes in different cultural, social, and educational settings.

  • Logo: Methods and Curriculum for Teachers (0866567488) by Maddux, Cleborne D.
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    Logo: Methods and Curriculum for Teachers
    by Cleborne D. Maddux
    ISBN 0866567488 (0-86656-748-8)
    Hardcover, Haworth Press

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  • Cummings, Rhoda Woods: Parenting the Learning Disabled: A Realistic Approach
    Parenting the Learning Disabled: A Realistic Approach
    by Rhoda Woods Cummings, Cleborne D. Maddux
    ISBN 0398051518 (0-398-05151-8)
    Hardcover, Charles C Thomas Pub Ltd

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  • Maddux, Cleborne D: Technology in Education: A Twenty-Year Retrospective
    Technology in Education: A Twenty-Year Retrospective
    by Rhoda Woods Cummings, Cleborne D. Maddux
    ISBN 0789022001 (0-7890-2200-1)
    Softcover, Routledge

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    Examine the history of the microcomputer and its impact on education!

    Under the editorship of D. LaMont Johnson, PhD, a nationally recognized leader in the field of educational computing, Computers in the Schools has been a powerful tool in educational settings. Now, after 20 years, Professor Johnson muses on how far information technology has come. Technology in Education: A Twenty-Year Perspective brings you a retrospective look at the trends and issues relating to the integration of computers into the school curriculum covering 25 years. He joins several other colleagues to follow the historical journey of the “dream machine” to the technological wonder it has become.

    Technology in Education: A Twenty-Year Perspective will leave you better informed on such topics as:

    • the obstacles slowing the integration of information technology in education—why are computers still collecting dust in many classrooms?
    • the predictions that were made by early computer enthusiasts, and how close or off the mark those predictions came
    • how information technology has impacted education and society so far
    • historical advances in education that should be celebrated, such as the advent of the World Wide Web
    • the students perspective of computers in education
    • and much more!
    Computers in the Schools is the one of the oldest academic journals dealing directly with the integration of information technology into the educational setting. Technology in Education: A Twenty-Year Perspective provides an important overview by some of the leading experts in the field. From the earliest predictions and opinions to the latest trends and findings, this book, celebrating the journals twentieth anniversary, is a vital research tool for students and professors of information technology in education.

  • Maddux, Cleborne D: Using Technology in the Classroom
    Using Technology in the Classroom
    by Rhoda Woods Cummings, Cleborne D. Maddux
    ISBN 078900352X (0-7890-0352-X)
    Softcover, Routledge

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    To encourage teachers to share ideas and suggestions for integrating technology into the classroom, Using Technology in the Classroom shows you how to change the way administrators, teachers, parents, and students think about the teaching and learning process. As this important book shows, technology can allow you to make the transition from teacher-directed learning to learner-centered learning, a change that will often draw in even hard-to-reach kids. More and more, society expects educators to incorporate computer and technology education into their classrooms. This book, with its specific planning and teaching strategies and advice on materials selection, implementation, and evaluation, will be your guide for making technology an integral part of your studentsclassroom experiences.

    Getting educators and school administrators to see technology as the key element in school restructuring can be an overwhelming task, but, as this book shows, the practical value of getting students on computers at an early age is immense. You can accommodate a wider range of learning styles, you can guide students as they develop their problem-solving abilities, and help them tap their creative energies. Using Technology in the Classroom shows you many practical ways for creating individualized technology-based instructional programs and how to choose software that meets your teaching objectives, is developmentally appropriate, and can be adapted to each learning situation. To help you improve teaching and learning throughout the school years, this comprehensive guidebook discusses:

    • children's visual education
    • conceptual manipulation on the Internet
    • encouraging students to use computers in personally meaningful and practical ways
    • using sound in school projects
    • the need for culturally relevant learning activities
    • the spreadsheet as a problem-solving tool
    • cultural lag and educational decisionmaking

      Using Technology in the Classroom can show administrators, school board members, teachers, and university support faculty how to work together to design and use technology in the learning environment. As you will see, site-based professional development experiences that teach teachers how to use technology, multimedia, and telecommunications in the classroom are a first step for making technology a standard component of today's education system.

  • Johnson, D Lamont: The Web in Higher Education: Assessing the Impact and Fulfilling the Potential
    The Web in Higher Education: Assessing the Impact and Fulfilling the Potential
    by Rhoda Woods Cummings, Cleborne D. Maddux
    ISBN 0789017075 (0-7890-1707-5)
    Softcover, CRC Press

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  • Maddux, Cleborne D: You Can Do It/Together
    You Can Do It/Together
    by Rhoda Woods Cummings, Cleborne D. Maddux
    ISBN 0866564306 (0-86656-430-6)
    Softcover, Routledge

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