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NATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY JOURNAL

Volume 1 #4

Table of Contents

Taking K-12 to the Cloud: Building an Online Masters Program
L. Kay Abernathy, Diane Mason, Sheryl R. Abshire, Cynthia D. Cummings, Daryl Ann Borel, Jason R. Mixon, LuAnna Stephens, Lamar University

Problem-Based Learning: A Path to Critical Literacy Development
Margaret Drew, Patricia Thompson, Northwest Missouri State University  

Cyber-Roots: Using Ellis Island Records To Research Family History
Zdenka Gredel-Manuele, Niagara University

How Much Do College Students Really Cheat on Online and In Class Tests:
Do Moral Beliefs Make a Difference?

Bryan Hoyt, Ilie Puiu Vasilescu, The University of Virginia’s College at Wise       

The Teacher Performance Assessment:
Demystifying Video Clip Expectations for Exasperated Teacher Candidates

Kim McGarraugh Jones, Central Washington University     

Online Content Area Literacy Reading Support and Learning With New Literacies in
Online Curriculum

Greg Levitt, Steven Grubaugh, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Moving from Knowledge to Understanding: YouTube in the Classroom
Susan M. Love, Hyun-Sun Park, Herman L. DeBose, California State University, Northridge

Clickers in a College Class: When Technical Students Didn’t Like Technology
Frances Haemmerlie Montgomery, Missouri University of Science and Technology

Today’s Students Evaluate Albert Ellis: Technology, Era and Psychotherapy in Interplay
Joe Reilly, Veronica Jacobus, Drexel University

Natio Reinventing the K-12 Technology Curriculum Robotic Systems “Never Send a Human To Do a Machine’s Job”
Ronald Saltinski, National University
                                                                                                                                                     
A Study of Multiple Sources as Indicators of Quality for Effective Early Literacy Teaching Integrated with Technology
Kristine Lynn Still, Cleveland State University
Jaclyn Prizant Gordon, The University of Akron

 

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