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Journal of Research on Technology in Education

2014 Volume 46, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. A Look at Research on Mobile Learning in K-12 Education from 2007 to the Present

    Min Liu, Robert Scordino, Renata Geurtz, Cesar Navarrete, Yujung Ko & Mihyun Lim

    The purpose of this literature review is to examine data-based studies published on mobile learning in K-12 from 2007 to the present. In total, 63 studies from 15 refereed journals were selected... More

    pp. 325-372

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  2. Standing in the Schoolhouse Door: Teacher Perceptions of Mobile Phones in the Classroom

    Kevin M. Thomas, Blanche W. O'Bannon & Virginia G. Britt

    This study examines the perceptions of 1,121 teachers in Kentucky and Tennessee to determine their support for the use of mobile phones in the classroom, as well as their perceptions of the mobile ... More

    pp. 373-395

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  3. #TwitterforTeachers: The Implications of Twitter as a Self-Directed Professional Development Tool for K-12 Teachers

    Ryan D. Visser, Lea Calvert Evering & David E. Barrett

    This mixed-methods study explores how K-12 teachers use Twitter. An online survey was disseminated via Twitter to gauge their usage of, access to, and perceptions of Twitter. The results indicated ... More

    pp. 396-413

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  4. How and Why Educators Use Twitter: A Survey of the Field

    Jeffrey P. Carpenter & Daniel G. Krutka

    While the microblogging service Twitter is increasingly popular among educators and offers numerous affordances for learning, its relationship with formal education systems remains complicated by... More

    pp. 414-434

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