Ingeborg Janssen Reinen

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In the framework of the Computers in Education international study of the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA), data have been collected concerning the use of computers in 21 countries. This article examines some results regarding the involvement of women in the implementation and use of computers in the educational(More)
Using the data source of the Computers in Education (Comped) study, carried out under the auspices of the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA), the status of gender and computer use in education in a number of countries has been investigated. The findings in this study indicate that the concern about gender equity(More)
An evaluation of the Mathematics and Computer Assisted Remedial Teaching (MASCART) project in the Pre-Entry Science Course (PESC) at the University of Botswana focused on two questions: (1) Considering the conditions for successful implementation highlighted in the literature, has the implementation of computers in the PESC department been such that(More)
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