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Journal of Research on Technology in Education

2009 Volume 42, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Portfolios in Context: A Comparative Study in Two Preservice Teacher Education Programs

    Rebecca L. Fiedler, Laurie Mullen & Margaret Finnegan

    Portfolio authoring tools within teacher preparation institutions have changed dramatically as portfolios have moved from paper to electronic formats and now to the Web. This study used Engestrom's... More

    pp. 99-122

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  2. Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK): The Development and Validation of an Assessment Instrument for Preservice Teachers

    Denise A. Schmidt, Evrim Baran, Ann D. Thompson, Punya Mishra, Matthew J. Koehler & Tae S. Shin

    Based in Shulman's idea of Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) has emerged as a useful frame for describing and understanding the goals for technology... More

    pp. 123-149

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  3. Learning History in Middle School by Designing Multimedia in a Project-Based Learning Experience

    Pedro Hernandez-Ramos & Susan De La Paz

    This article describes a study in which eighth grade students in one school learned to create multimedia mini-documentaries in a six-week history unit on early 19th-century U.S. history. The... More

    pp. 151-173

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  4. Student Teachers' Intentions and Actions on Integrating Technology into Their Classrooms during Student Teaching: A Singapore Study

    Doris Choy, Angela F. L. Wong & Ping Gao

    The purpose of the study is to explore student teachers' intentions and actions in technology integration in their classrooms. A postgraduate teacher education cohort of 118 Singapore student... More

    pp. 175-195

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  5. Commercial Software Programs Approved for Teaching Reading and Writing in the Primary Grades: Another Sobering Reality

    Meridith Lovell & Linda Phillips

    This article reports the results of a systematic and comprehensive evaluation of the suitability of 13 commercially available, authorized software programs for teaching reading and writing in the... More

    pp. 197-216

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