Search results for author:"Juan D. Vargas
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New Directions for Evaluation Vol. 84 (1999) pp. 73–86
Describes verbal protocols as a useful tool for evaluating computer hardware and software, especially if informed by activity theory. Such protocols cannot, however, stand alone in a thorough evaluation design. (Author/SLD)
World Conference on Educational Media and Technology 2000 (2000) pp. 1107–1111
This paper describes the development and exploration of a model for professional development concerned with the integration of computing technologies into classroom teaching and learning. Grounded in situative theories of knowledge and learning, the ...
Open Educational Resources' Impact and Outcomes: The Essence of OpenKnowledge and Its Social Contribution
Education Policy Analysis Archives Vol. 26, No. 119 (2018)
This article identifies the main social contributions of Open Educational Resources (OERs), their impact and the results of several initiatives related to them. Based on a theoretical and reflexive framework, we analyze the evolution of business...
Education Policy Analysis Archives Vol. 24, No. 84 (Aug 01, 2016)
The national English program in Mexico was formally launched in 2009. The new program supplanted various state programs, and aimed to create a coherent, uniform curriculum that extended English instruction to all public school students across the...
Education Policy Analysis Archives Vol. 26, No. 115 (Sep 17, 2018)
With education technology pointing to an ever-increasing automation of educational activities, a few enthusiasts go so far as to predict the replacement of teachers by robots. The present paper intends to take such declarations as a provocation,...