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by Kenneth Graves & Alex Bowers — 2018
This study investigates the extent to which there is a typology of teachers who use technology, using a nationally generalizable dataset from the National Center of Education Statistics.

by Philip Winne — 2017
This article argues that today’s gold standard for identifying what works, the randomized controlled trial, poorly serves each and any individual learner. Elements of this argument provide grounds for proposed remedies in cases where software can log extensive data about the operations that each learner applies to learning and about each bit of information to which a learner applies those operations.

by Tova Michalsky & Bracha Kramarski — 2015
The goal of this study was to examine how preservice science teachers may capitalize on learning from different types of reflection prompts based on the IMPROVE self-questioning model oriented toward technological pedagogical content knowledge in order to enhance their design of technology-infused science lessons for students and to allow them to develop their own self-reflection abilities.

by Michael Gottfried, Robert Bozick & Sinduja Srinivasan — 2014
This study examines the relationship between applied STEM coursetaking (i.e., ‘scientific research & engineering’ and ‘information technology’) in high school and standardized math achievement. Using longitudinal data from a nationally-representative cohort of high school students, this study tests the effect of enrolling in applied STEM courses conditional on pipeline placement in traditional academic math courses, with the former emphasizing the application of concepts taught in the latter to specific occupational settings. Fixed effects regression analyses reveal that applied STEM courses have a statistically significant, but substantively small positive effect on math test scores. Students who fall lower on the math ability pipeline (i.e., who take only below average math courses like basic math and pre-Algebra) benefit much more from applied STEM courses than do students who take more advanced courses.

by Yong Zhao, Kevin Pugh, Steve Sheldon & Joe Byers — 2002
This article reports on a study of the complex and messy process of classroom technology integration. The main purpose of the study was to empirically address the large question of "why don’t teachers innovate when they are given computers?" rather than whether computers can improve student learning.

by Laura Martin & Sylvia Scribner — 1991
This study investigated how new technology affects the working procedures and mental activity of industrial machinists, examining how machinists learn to use computer numerical control technology. Results indicate areas of cognitive difference requiring further study (e.g., differences in conceptualization, formalization, and perspective, and shifts to logical cues from sensory ones).

by Samuel Abrams — 2011
Technology clearly warrants a place in today’s classroom but must be kept in place. At stake is the cognitive and social development traditional classroom activity and discussion have long proven crucial in cultivating.

by Eric Klopfer — 2011
As the field of educational games grows and matures it needs to develop appropriate paradigms for research that support that process. Instead of the medical model, the research paradigms are posed as a broader and more appropriate alternative. Ecology embraces a broader ranger of methodologies and foci of study, which the field of learning games would do well to replicate.

by Thomas Philip & Maria Olivares-Pasillas — 2016
The authors of this commentary explore the challenges that arise when learning technologies are not carefully examined for their possibilities and limitations through a critical lens of educational equity and justice. They outline an approach to the incorporation of learning technologies that begins with and prioritizes educational equity and social justice.

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  • Journal of Interactive Media in Education
    JIME's aim is to foster a multidisciplinary and intellectually rigorous debate on the theoretical and practical aspects of interactive media in education.
  • Educational Technology & Society
  • Compute~Ed
    Compute~Ed is an international refereed electronic journal, which publishes articles, letters and reviews about a broad range of issues in information technology in education, with an emphasis on classroom practice.
  • Australian Journal of Educational Technology
    The Australian Journal of Educational Technology is a refereed journal publishing research and review articles in educational technology, instructional design, educational applications of computer technologies, educational telecommunications and related areas
  • Australian Educational Computing
    Australian Educational Computing is the journal of the Australian Council for Computers in Education (ACCE).
  • Curriculum/Technology Quarterly
    Published by the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Curriculum/Technology Quarterly is a newsletter for the high-tech educator. Articles examine how to infuse technology into curriculum, instruction, and assessment., news and reviews of new products and services, reports on projects undertaken by schools and research facilities, and design ideas for integrating computer instruction into the classroom.
  • First Monday
    First Monday is one of the first peer-reviewed journals on the Internet, about the Internet. First Monday expands the frontiers of academic publishing by combining the traditional values of peer review with publication on the World Wide Web.
  • The Technology Source
    The purpose of The Technology Source a peer-reviewed bimonthly periodical, is to provide thoughtful, illuminating articles that will assist educators as they face the challenge of integrating information technology tools into teaching and into managing educational organizations.
  • Innovations in Education and Training International
    IETI is essential reading for all practitioners and decision makers who want to stay informed about the developments in education and training. It is the official journal of the Staff and Educational Development Association, newly merged with the Association of Education and Training Technology. The content includes a range of perspectives, and important contributions on new developments in educational technology. IETI is a valuable resource for teaching staff, staff developers and managers in higher and further education, continuing education, and training organisations.
  • Journal of Research on Computing in Education
    Published by the International Society for Technology in Education, the Journal of Research on Computing in Education is a quarterly journal of original research, system evaluations, software and book reviews, and theoretical/conceptual explorations.
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