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Blended Learning For Professional Development: An Evaluation Of A Program For Middle School Mathematics And Science Teachers


by Ronald D Owston , Margaret Sinclair & Herbert Wideman — 2008


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 110 Number 5, 2008, p. 1033-1064
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 14668, Date Accessed: 10/22/2017 5:07:16 PM
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About the Author
  • Ronald Owston
    York University
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    RONALD D. OWSTON is Professor of Education and Director of the York University Institute for Research on Learning Technologies. He specializes in the evaluation of technology-based learning and has led many projects in the field. Recently he published “Contextual factors that sustain innovative pedagogical practice using technology: An international study,” in Journal of Educational Change (Springer, 2007) and co-authored “Blended learning at Canadian universities: Issues and practices,” in the Handbook of blended learning environments: Global perspectives, local design (Wiley, 2006).
  • Margaret Sinclair
    York University
    MARGARET SINCLAIR is Associate Professor of Education at York University and Co-Director of the York-Seneca Institute for Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education. Specializing in use of technology in teaching elementary and secondary mathematics, she recently published “Designing tasks with interactive geometry applets for use in research—some methodological issues,” in International Journal for Technology in Mathematics Educationand “Peer interactions in a lab: Reflections on results of a case study involving web-based dynamic geometry sketches,” in Journal of Mathematical Behavior.
  • Herbert Wideman
    York University
    HERBERT WIDEMAN is Senior Researcher at York University Institute for Research on Learning Technologies. He has collaborated on numerous studies with Professor Owston and recently co-authored “Unpacking the potential of educational gaming: A new tool for gaming research,” in Simulation & gaming: An interdisciplinary journal of theory, practice and research.
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