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Journal of Research on Technology in Education

2010 Volume 43, Number 1

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Number of articles: 3

  1. How Asynchronous Discussion Boards Mediate Learning Literacy Methods Courses to Enrich Alternative-Licensed Teachers' Learning Experiences

    Lasisi Ajayi

    This study explores alternative-licensed teachers' views of how an asynchronous discussion board mediated their preparation to teach literacy through methods courses. Forty-four alternative... More

    pp. 1-28

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  2. Connecting Instructional Technology Professional Development to Teacher and Student Outcomes

    Wendy Martin, Scott Strother, Monica Beglau, Lauren Bates, Timothy Reitzes & Katherine McMillan Culp

    This article presents findings from an evaluation of an instructional-technology professional development (PD) program that uses many practices advocated by PD experts. In this multiphase... More

    pp. 53-74

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  3. A Tablet Computer for Young Children? Exploring Its Viability for Early Childhood Education

    Leslie J. Couse & Dora W. Chen

    This study explored the viability of tablet computers in early education by investigating preschool children's ease in acclimating to tablet technology and its defectiveness in engaging them to... More

    pp. 75-98

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