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Journal of Research on Technology in Education

2014 Volume 46, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. A Systematic Review of Pedagogical Agents' Persona, Motivation, and Cognitive Load Implications for Learners

    Noah L. Schroeder & Olusola O. Adesope

    After more than a decade of pedagogical agent research, this review synthesizes the affective implications of learning with pedagogical agents. The review investigates different affective measures ... More

    pp. 229-251

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  2. Acquiring Teacher Commitment to 1:1 Initiatives: The Role of the Technology Facilitator

    Daniel S. Stanhope & Jenifer O. Corn

    Using mixed methods, we examined the impact of technology facilitators (TFs) on teacher commitment to 1:1 initiatives. Findings from quantitative analysis complemented by qualitative analyses... More

    pp. 252-276

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  3. Pair Programming: Under What Conditions Is It Advantageous for Middle School Students?

    Jill Denner, Linda Werner, Shannon Campe & Eloy Ortiz

    Pair programming is a strategy that grew out of industry and has shown promise for performance and retention in computer programming courses at universities and in industry. In this study, we... More

    pp. 277-296

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  4. A Case Study: The Role of Student-Generated Vidcasts in K-12 Language Learner Academic Language and Content Acquisition

    Lucy Santos Green, Fethi A. Inan & Nancy J. Maushak

    The purpose of this study was to explore the integration of vidcasts as student-generated products in English as a second language (ESL) classrooms. We collected qualitative data through... More

    pp. 297-324

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