5A-02-P104 (Malaysia) - My Laureate

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5A-02-P104 (Malaysia) - My Laureate

CONCLUSIONThe study found that NetMeeting was accepted by two groups of preservice teachers. Theyperceived positively on using NetMeeting in teaching and learning mathematics. There werefew strengths and weaknesses of using NetMeeting found in the study. The study suggested touse NetMeeting in teaching and learning mathematics by improving the weaknesses. Thestudy also suggested to dupicate this type of study in other subjects.REFERENCESBANAFA, F. H. H. (2004) The impact of the Internet and multimedia on pronunciation andoral communication of Arab college students learning English in the United States. NewMexico, New Mexico State University.FARREN, M. (2002) Using Videoconferencing to Facilitate Various Perspectives ontheTeaching and Learning Process.LEGUTKO, R. S. (June, 2007) Back to the Future: The Practicality of Using MicrosoftNetMeeting for Effective Distance Tutoring. Association for the Advancement of Computingin Education (AACE) ED-MEDIA World Conference on Educational Multimedia,Hypermedia & Telecommunications. Vancouver, BC, Canada.LEVY, P. (2002) Interactive whiteboards in learnng and teaching in two sheffield schools: adevelopmental study. Department of Information Studies, University of Sheffield.PARCELL, J. & GIDDENS, N. (2002) Assessment of NetMeeting® for ProfessionalDevelopment Programming. Jounal of Extension, 40.WAINHOUSE RESEARCH (2006) Kicking the NetMeeting Habit: A Two-Step Program toUnleash the Full Potential of Web Conferencing. WebEx Communications, Inc.WANG, Y. (2006) Review of windows netmeeting. Electronic Journal of Foreign LanguageTeaching, 3, 57-63.6

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