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Journal of Research on Technology in Education

2012 Volume 44, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. You Use! I Use! We Use! Questioning the Orthodoxy of One-to-One Computing in Primary Schools

    Kevin Larkin

    The current orthodoxy regarding computer use in schools appears to be that one-to-one (1:1) computing, wherein each child owns or has sole access to a computing device, is the most efficacious way ... More

    pp. 101-120

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  2. One-to-One Laptop Teacher Education: Does Involvement Affect Candidate Technology Skills and Dispositions?

    Loretta Donovan, Tim Green & Laurie E. Hansen

    This study compares teacher candidates' initial and changed beliefs, dispositions, and uses of technology in two credential program models: a one-to-one laptop program with ubiquitous technology... More

    pp. 121-139

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  3. Investigating Roles of Online School Principals

    Sarah B. Quilici & Russell Joki

    This study explores the instructional leadership skills required from online principals, as defined by one state's (Idaho) adaptation of the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC)... More

    pp. 141-160

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  4. Electronic Portfolios in Teacher Education: Forging a Middle Ground

    Neal Strudler & Keith Wetzel

    At a time when implementation of electronic portfolios (EPs) is expanding, the issues of clarifying their purposes continue to plague teacher education programs. Are student-centered uses of EPs... More

    pp. 161-173

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