An Ecological Approach for
Intervention, Evaluation, and
Software Adoption Policies
|1.||Cultural ecological processes that cannot be subjected to experimentation: The evaluation of these processes is based on paradigm modeling processes that evolve from complex cultural-ecological arrangements. The use of this paradigm prescribes longitudinal explorations, multiple ecological contrasts, identification of systemic interdependencies, and hypotheses generation.|
|2.||Treatment specific processes that are subjected to experimental manipulations: The evaluation of these processes is based on a paradigm that modeling processes evolve from mindful ( Salomon & Perkins, 1989) computer software manipulations (i.e., conscious manipulation of the elements of the software).|
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Publication information: Book title: Technology Assessment in Education and Training. Contributors: Eva L. Baker - Editor, Harold F. O'Neil Jr. - Editor. Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Place of publication: Hillsdale, NJ. Publication year: 1994. Page number: 35.
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