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Journal of Research on Technology in Education

2013 Volume 46, Number 1

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Cyber-Truancy: Addressing Issues of Attendance in the Digital Age

    Leanna Archambault, Kathryn Kennedy & Stacy Bender

    Although mandatory attendance is easily determined in a traditional, brick-and-mortar school, monitoring and enforcing attendance and truancy in an online environment is less obvious. Despite this ... More

    pp. 1-28

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  2. Using Systems Thinking to Leverage Technology for School Improvement: Lessons Learned from Award-Winning Secondary Schools/Districts

    Barbara B. Levin & Lynne Schrum

    This paper offers lessons learned about what it takes to successfully leverage technology for school improvement based on a cross-case analysis of eight award-winning secondary schools/districts... More

    pp. 29-51

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  3. Fifth Graders as App Designers: How Diverse Learners Conceptualize Educational Apps

    Maya Israel, Matthew T. Marino, James D. Basham & Wenonoa Spivak

    Instructional designers are increasingly considering how to include students as participants in the design of instructional technologies. This study provides a lens into participatory design with... More

    pp. 53-80

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  4. Let's Dance the "Robot Hokey-Pokey!": Children's Programming Approaches and Achievement throughout Early Cognitive Development

    Louise P. Flannery & Marina Umaschi Bers

    Young learners today generate, express, and interact with sophisticated ideas using a range of digital tools to explore interactive stories, animations, computer games, and robotics. In recent... More

    pp. 81-101

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