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Journal of Research on Technology in Education

2012 Volume 44, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Investment and Return: Wiki Engagement in a "Remedial" ESL Writing Course

    Sarah Nakamaru

    This study explores the extent to which students in a community college remedial English as a second language (ESL) course engaged with a class wiki and the relationship between their pattern of... More

    pp. 273-291

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  2. Creating/Developing/Using a Wiki Study Guide: Effects on Student Achievement

    Blanche W. O'Bannon & Virginia G. Britt

    Wikis are gaining popularity in classrooms because of their many benefits. Despite these benefits, there is a shortage of empirical data regarding their effectiveness in increasing knowledge. This ... More

    pp. 293-312

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  3. Impact of Research-Based Professional Development: Investigation of Inservice Teacher Learning and Practice in Wiki Integration

    Mesut Duran, Stein Brunvand, Justin Ellsworth & Serkan Sendag

    This study reports on a district-wide research-based professional development (PD) that included 207 teachers and administrators. Data were collected from pre/post surveys, content analysis of the ... More

    pp. 313-334

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  4. Activity Theory as a Framework for Investigating District-Classroom System Interactions and Their Influences on Technology Integration

    Anika Ball Anthony

    Technology implementation research indicates that teachers' beliefs and knowledge, as well as a host of institutional factors, can influence technology integration. Drawing on third-generation... More

    pp. 335-356

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