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Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia

April 2017 Volume 26, Number 2


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Exploring Scaffolding Modes in PjBL: A Professional Development Course to Promote In-Service Teachers’ Technology Integration

    Ching-Huei Chen, National Changhua University of Education, Taiwan

    This study investigated in-service teachers’ learning experiences in a scaffolded project-based learning environment. The participants were fifty-five teachers enrolled in a graduate-level learning... More

    pp. 105-129

  2. The State of 21st Century Learning in the K-12 World of the United States: Online and Blended Learning Opportunities for American Elementary and Secondary Students

    Kimberly Greene & William Hale, Brandman University, United States

    This paper is an examination of the current state of blended and online learning throughout the K-12 world in the United States. The analysis is predicated upon the potential of electronically... More

    pp. 131-159

  3. ICT and Feedback Practices in the Lower-Secondary Foreign Language Classroom

    Hanne Wacher Kjaergaard, Aarhus University, School of Communication and Culture, Denmark

    A central part of language teachers’ work consists in providing written corrective feedback for their students using well-known pen-and-paper practices, and they are often unsure of the return on... More

    pp. 161-177

  4. Computer-Assisted Instruction in Early Literacy for African American, Economically Disadvantaged Children

    Haya Shamir, Kathryn Feehan & Erik Yoder, Waterford Research Institute, United States

    This study explores the efficacy of the Waterford Early Reading program (ERP) for teaching kindergarten and first grade students’ early reading concepts. Students attended 3 elementary schools in... More

    pp. 179-192

  5. Social media field trips: using disruptive technologies without disrupting the system.

    Kathy Snow, Cape Breton University, Canada

    This paper presents a discussion around the question of data protection, privacy, liability and the resultant policy that has developed both in public K-12 education and post secondary education in... More

    pp. 193-209