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Ubiquitous Computing in Education


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Contents: Preface. Foreword. Part I: Introduction and Background: Why Should We Bother? M. van 't Hooft, K. Swan, D.L. Cook, Y. Lin, What Is Ubiquitous Computing? N. Shin, C. Norris, E. Soloway, Findings From Early Research on One-to-One Handheld Use in K-12 Education. D.D. Unger, D.L. Cook, Integrating Handheld Computers Into Special Education Service Delivery. Part II: Teaching and Learning in Ubiquitous Environments: What Does It Look Like? M. van 't Hooft, K. Anstadt, P. Jameson, J. Kelly, K. McClain, Now You See It, Now You Don't: Ubiquitous Computing Technology in K-12 Classrooms. L. Mifsud, Using Handheld Technology in a Norwegian Sixth/Seventh-Grade Classroom: Student Perceptions. W.R. Penuel, E. Lynn, L. Berger, Classroom Assessment With Handheld Computers. A.R. Crowe, Learning to Teach With Mobile Technology: A Teacher Educator's Journey. Part III: Ubiquitous Computing Research: What Do We Know? A.A. Zucker, A Framework for Studying 1:1 Computing Initiatives. J. Schenker, A. Kratcoski, Y. Lin, K. Swan, M. van 't Hooft, Researching Ubiquity: Ways to Capture It All. P. Vahey, D. Tatar, J. Roschelle, Using Handheld Technology to Move Between the Private and Public Interactions in the Classroom. N. Hupert, J. Heinze, Results in the Palms of Their Hands: Using Handheld Computers for Data-Driven Decision Making in the Classroom. I. Gado, M. van 't Hooft, Teachers' Views of Computer Technology for Inquiry-Based Science Instruction in the Developing Country of Benin in West Africa: (Im)possibilities, Prospects, Dilemmas, or Catch-22? Part IV: The Future of Ubiquitous Computing: How Can We Make It Work? K. Swan, A. Kratcoski, J. Schenker, D.L. Cook, Y. Lin, The Ubiquitous Computing Classroom: A Glimpse of the Future Today. I.R. Berson, M.J. Berson, Ubiquitous Mobile Phone Technology and Youth: Cross-National Findings. E. Dieterle, C. Dede, Building University Faculty and Student Capacity to Use Wireless Handheld Devices for Learning. Y. Rogers, S. Price, Using Ubiquitous Computing to Extend and Enhance Learning Experiences. M. van 't Hooft, K. Swan, Epilogue.

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