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Longitudinal Investigation of the Associations between Adolescents' Popularity and Cyber Social Behaviors
Journal of School Violence Vol. 13, No. 3 (2014) pp. 291–314
As adolescents become increasingly immersed in electronic technologies, popular adolescents may act in similar ways online as they do offline. This longitudinal study employed peer nominations and self-reports to examine perceived popularity and...
E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2019 (Nov 04, 2019) pp. 567–571
Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) can be used in e-learning in a number of ways, including virtual classrooms, virtual fieldtrips, scenarios, and practical education and can be used anywhere and anytime there is an internet connection. ...
Topics: Augmented and Virtual Reality
Using Virtual Roleplay Modules to Develop Teacher Candidates? Competence in Communicating About Bullying
Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2017 (Mar 05, 2017) pp. 2243–2251
Teachers can play a critical role in stopping bullying-related violence. However, many teachers report they are reluctant to become involved in peer conflicts for fear of ?making the situation worse.? Live roleplay, which is typically used to teach...
Indian Adolescents' Cyber Aggression Involvement and Cultural Values: The Moderation of Peer Attachment
School Psychology International Vol. 36, No. 4 (August 2015) pp. 410–427
Although research on cyberbullying and cyber aggression is growing, little attention has been given to examinations of these behaviors among adolescents in Asian countries, particularly in India. The present study examined the relationships among...
Jennifer J. Vogel; David S. Vogel; Jan Cannon-Bowers; Clint A. Bowers; Kathryn Muse; Michelle Wright
Journal of Educational Computing Research Vol. 34, No. 3 (2006) pp. 229–243
Substantial disagreement exists in the literature regarding which educational technology results in the highest cognitive gain for learners. In an attempt to resolve this dispute, we conducted a meta-analysis to decipher which teaching method, games ...
Innovative Methods in Evaluation: An Application of Latent Class Analysis to Assess How Teachers Adopt Educational Innovations
Andrea E. Lamont; Robert S. Markle; Annie Wright; Michelle Abraczinskas; James Siddall; Abraham Wandersman; Pam Imm; Brittany Cook
American Journal of Evaluation Vol. 39, No. 3 (2018) pp. 364–382
Traditional methods of evaluation are limited in their ability to answer key questions often of interest to process evaluators, such as heterogeneity in the ways individuals adopt new programs. In this article, we demonstrate how a statistical...