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Journal of Research on Technology in Education

2015 Volume 47, Number 4

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Predicting Middle School Students' Use of Web 2.0 Technologies out of School Using Home and School Technological Variables

    Joan E. Hughes, Michelle F. Read, Sara Jones & Michael Mahometa

    This study used multiple regression to identify predictors of middle school students' Web 2.0 activities out of school, a construct composed of 15 technology activities. Three middle schools... More

    pp. 211-228

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  2. Teaching Online: Discovering Teacher Concerns

    Glenda C. Rakes & Karee E. Dunn

    Little is known about the degree to which teachers are interested in or value online K-12 education. This is an unfortunate gap in the literature, as online education has been and continues to be a... More

    pp. 229-241

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  3. Elementary Students' Mathematical Explanations and Attention to Audience with Screencasts

    Melissa Soto

    Reasoning and constructing mathematical explanations for an audience have become increasingly important activities in elementary classrooms with the implementation of reform-oriented curriculum and... More

    pp. 242-258

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  4. Social Media Use and the Fear of Missing out (FoMO) While Studying Abroad

    Patricia R. Hetz, Christi L. Dawson & Theresa A. Cullen

    Fear of Missing Out (FoMO) is a social construct that examines whether students are concerned that they are missing out on experiences that others are having, and we examined this relation to their... More

    pp. 259-272

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  5. Perceptions of Special Education Doctoral Websites: A Multiyear Investigation of Website Usability and Navigability

    Todd Sundeen, Krista Vince Garland & Wilfred Wienke

    Today's graduate students are highly skilled in using technology, so university websites are often the most influential resource students access for gathering information about university programs.... More

    pp. 273-293

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