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V i s i t L ' s w e b s i t e a t w w w .e r l b a u m .c o m " Hiltz and Goldman and their collaborators have produced a comprehensive overview of what is known about research and theory in the educational use of asynchronous learning networks. This is a book you will refer to often-for ideas, theories, and references. " —Robin Mason British Open(More)
There is a critical shortage of women in computer science (CS) careers and higher education degree programs. In their landmark study of gender and CS, Margolis and Fisher (2001) noted that male dominance in information technology can be linked to social, cultural, and educational influences and patterns formed in childhood. Research shows that although(More)
Teachers from six ethnically diverse inner-city schools participated in weekly mental health consultation for more than two years. Using a quasi-experimental design, a longitudinal sample of 91 teachers and 209 students was assessed periodically through multiple standardized measures. Results indicate that a low-cost, indirect intervention had a direct(More)
The Draw-A-Person Test was individually administered to 120 kindergartners from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds, ranging in age from 4 yr. and 10 mo. to 6 yr. and 4 mo. This study was conducted to validate and expand Goldman and Warren's earlier work (1976) on the development of a rational scale for use as a kindergarten screening measure. Correlational(More)
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