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"You can see anything on the internet, you can do anything on the internet!": Young Canadians Talk about the Internet

Leslie R. Shade, Nikki Porter, Wendy Sanchez
2006 Canadian Journal of Communication  
Abstract: This paper presents emerging findings based on 35 semi-structured interviews conducted with children and youth from the research project Children, Young People, and New Media in the Home.  ...  Our study indicates that while children and young people are active and intrepid Internet surfers, they use the Internet to extend their local and school-based social ties, and that they have very little  ...  He referred to it as "a drug almost . . . you know, it really is, it's like a guy who does heroin, you know, you get up in the morning and you get into the computer even before your eyes get adjusted .  ... 
doi:10.22230/cjc.2005v30n4a1635 fatcat:lnru4lx3krdknd2ooiz62yy5xe

What Does You Life Mean? With Clara Hill, PhD

Ashley Garcia
2017 Eye on Psi Chi Magazine  
entering grades into the online grade book).  ...  He believes getting a little banged benefits; and even though technological mentor, he began his research on the up in nature is healthy for children’s nature can be beneficial  ... 
doi:10.24839/1092-0803.eye21.4.14 fatcat:x6yv5rutq5ckfaxf4c3iphobuq

Cybersafety in Early Childhood: What Parents and Educators Need to Know [chapter]

Kelly L. Heider
2014 Young Children and Families in the Information Age  
She felt comfortable allowing Ania to play on Panfu when she discovered that the site employs a child welfare officer, a data protection expert, and a team of moderators who are trained to monitor chats  ...  Unfortunately, children make mistakes and sometimes forget the rules. The first chapter of this book began with a discussion of virtual worlds and their benefit to children's cognitive development.  ...  right to access the opportunities it creates and the child's right to be protected from harm" (Grey 2011, p. 77).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-017-9184-7_16 fatcat:waqbtjlgsfg7to3tc5wbtlka6m

Junior high students and Think Alouds: Generating information-seeking process data using concurrent verbal protocols

Jennifer L Branch
2001 Library & Information Science Research  
Other participants were able to plan and ask questions, characteristic of the consolidation phase. In a few searches, some participants seemed to be in the consultation phase.  ...  It was found that some participants were in the acquisition phase, a phase where people are less likely to be able to do the task and think about the task at the same time.  ...  These learners come to depend on others to act as their support systems. Others in the classroom end up doing the defining, planning, and monitoring activities for the less self-directed learner.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0740-8188(01)00065-2 fatcat:37n2ndlulrabzhabcgc3g3zqve

A qualitative study of computers and printouts in the classroom

Susan Tyler Eastman
1986 ECTJ  
Another reported: ‘Well, if you press the wrong button, you got off on the wrong track if you didn’t know what you was do- ing.” The penalties, then, proved to be “getting lost’ and “wasting time.”  ...  As typical of classroom experiences, the students re- ported increasing mastery removed their apprehension: “(The worst thing is) you get lost and it takes forever to get back.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02767402 fatcat:id2xplbccjagtcly7tlwt6lp7a

Full Issue

Journal Manager
2013 Journal of Childhood Studies  
Acknowledgements: We thank the Council of Ontario Directors of Education (CODE) and Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto Initial Teacher Education as sponsors of the  ...  Some of this report draws on previous publication of these findings from Pelletier, Morley, and Messina (2010)  ...  You know the food helps the bones and heart get stronger. Look, Simran says her brain is telling her to run fast. Food gives energy to your brain, you know.  ... 
doi:10.18357/jcs.v38i1.15442 fatcat:3zllfsfdk5e6lp7fwkvrypdqbi

Challenges in the First Year of Teaching: Lessons Learned in an Elementary Education Resident Teacher Program

Bonni Gourneau
2014 Contemporary Issues in Education Research (CIER)  
educators who know how to work with colleagues to improve student learning.  ...  This paper will share the voices of six beginning teachers, in a resident teacher program, regarding the challenges they experienced during the first year of teaching, including classroom/time management  ...  By getting to know your students, you will learn what to ignore, or when you must pick a battle.  ... 
doi:10.19030/cier.v7i4.8844 fatcat:wbhsx4g4uvaftm32dvmyjrpmga

Children's search roles at home: Implications for designers, researchers, educators, and parents

Elizabeth Foss, Allison Druin, Robin Brewer, Phillip Lo, Luis Sanchez, Evan Golub, Hilary Hutchinson
2011 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
These roles and trends are used to make recommendations to designers, researchers, educators, and parents about the directions to take when considering how to best aid children to become search literate  ...  This paper presents the results of a large-scale, qualitative study conducted in the homes of children aged 7, 9, and 11 investigating Internet searching processes on Google.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank all of the families who participated.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.21700 fatcat:3vcig4zmqvfwza2b56tydcilb4

Web Based Module Design and Evaluation for the Classroom Teachers: Alternative Assessment and Evaluation Tools

2020 Hacettepe University Journal of Education  
and evaluation system which designed for classroom teachers to usability.  ...  In case the feasibility of the system was examined through manager module the results of the uncovered that web-based assessment and evaluation system helped classroom teachers become independent from  ...  In summary, I've had the opportunity to get to know students closely because this system allows you to analyze.  ... 
doi:10.16986/huje.2020063672 fatcat:tcqq3cukcvci3kolreh4i7e32q

Towards a Digital Library for Language Learning [chapter]

Shaoqun Wu, Ian H. Witten
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The system has been evaluated by usability experts, language teachers, and students.  ...  On the system is built a set of eight learning activities that together offer a classroom and self-study environment with a rich variety of interactive exercises, which are automatically generated from  ...  Their names are shown (the list is updated when students log in and out); clicking a name allows you to observe how that student unscrambles a sentence by observing his sentence and word moves.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11863878_29 fatcat:hhctjpyy4zhcpfltcjcqudbl2y

English Listening Teaching Model in Flipped Classroom Based on Artificial Intelligence Fusion Control Algorithm

Bo Hu, Sang-Bing Tsai
2021 Mathematical Problems in Engineering  
The main purpose of the article is how to make the flipped classroom more intelligent, enrich the content of the classroom, and devote itself to improving children's learning efficiency.  ...  This article proposes the application of the PSO algorithm in the flipped classroom to help students learn more intelligently and conveniently in this mode of teaching.  ...  But in their experiments, they did not have actual data to support the children's real grade changes. ey just made judgments based on the children's state during class, which is not rigorous [5] .  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/6005359 fatcat:xkfhv5osr5dxbmeip3wmixbwyy

Scaffolding, Multiliteracies, and Reading Circles

Wendy Cumming-Potvin
2007 Canadian Journal of Education  
in an elementary classroom.  ...  The analysis utilizes a multiliteracies framework (The New London Group, 2000) and the four resources reading model (Luke & Freebody, 1999) to interpret Nicholas' progress during reading circles.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I gratefully acknowledge the financial contribution of Murdoch University to this project and the engagement of the participants during the data collection period.  ... 
doi:10.2307/20466647 fatcat:lxscyyll6nb4hjecerz4k7bvsq

Object lessons: 3D printing and inter-professional collaboration between the library and the literature classroom

Laura Dumuhosky, Kenneth Wierzbowski, Megan Norcia
2017 Journal of New Librarianship  
themselves in technology-infused classrooms" (p. 4-5).  ...  Students were charged to locate a single object from a work of children's literature and to analyze its importance to the plot of the novel or the development of a character.  ...  The merit of using the jigsaw here lay in grouping students to create "experts" in a specific search, and then regrouping so they could share what they learned.  ... 
doi:10.21173/newlibs/2/2 fatcat:igydabza7vf6zdvo5ws53vd7wy

The Investigation of Parents' Interactions and Their Children's Learning Levels at Parental Coaching Carried out over Social Network

Gülten Feryal Gündüz
2018 Universal Journal of Educational Research  
The issues which the parents ask for support are guidance for supporting their children in the courses they have problems with and help children to develop reading and study habits.  ...  The study aims to provide academic and affective support for children's learning by using teacher-parent collaboration through parental coaching realized via social network.  ...  to get to know his/her students better  ... 
doi:10.13189/ujer.2018.060315 fatcat:bardd5rfx5frfhhznt22jx2asu

Developing Good Reading Habits in the Social Studies

Gertrude Whipple
1953 Journal of Education  
Don’t think that you can begin to study birds without eventually get- ting involved in bird-houses and feeding-trays!  ...  Varied approaches to the reading are of great value in arousing the child’s curiosity and starting him on a search for new understanding.  ... 
doi:10.1177/002205745313600107 fatcat:fg245bbgn5clbh76h3wohn2wo4
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