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Educational Technology

2014 Volume 54, Number 4

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Number of articles: 9

  1. The World Needs a New Curriculum

    Marc Prensky

    The author proposes that today's existing, world-wide curriculum--based on offering roughly the same math, language arts, science, and social studies to all--is not what is required for the future,... More

    pp. 3-15

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  2. Design-Driven Innovation as Seen in a Worldwide Values-Based Curriculum

    Camey Andersen Hadlock & Jason K. McDonald

    While instructional design's technological roots have given it many approaches for process and product improvement, in most cases designers still rely on instructional forms that do not allow them ... More

    pp. 15-22

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  3. My Hopes for the Future of Instructional Technology

    M David Merrill

    This article provides the rationales for three recommendations for the future of Instructional Technology: (1) instructional technology as a field seems to have reached a tipping point, where the... More

    pp. 22-26

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  4. Chasing Woozles? A Personal Reflection on a Quarter-Century in Ed Tech, and an Attempt to Peer Ahead through the Fog

    Corrie Bergeron

    While it's easy to get caught up in the frenetic drive to do the Next Big New Thing in educational technology, it's helpful to remember that a lot of important things "don't" change. But,... More

    pp. 27-31

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  5. Emerging Technologies in Autism Diagnosis, Therapy, Treatment, and Teaching

    Angela C. Nelson

    Autism Spectrum Disorder is the fastest growing developmental disability today. Autism is a syndrome with a diverse set of symptoms--rarely consistent across diagnosed individuals, and requiring a ... More

    pp. 32-37

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  6. Professionalizing the Self-Reflection of Student Teachers by Using a Wiki

    Claas Wegner, Kathrin Remmert & Friederike Strehlke

    Critics encourage the process of "reflection" as a prerequisite for professionalizing how teachers behave in the classroom. Reflection helps in recognizing areas in need of improvement.... More

    pp. 38-42

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  7. Educational Technology Research Journals: "Australasian Journal of Educational Technology," 2003-2012

    Camey Andersen Hadlock, J Aleta Clegg, Garrett R. Hickman, Sabrina Lynn Huyett, Hyrum C. Jensen & Richard E. West

    The authors analyzed all research articles in the "Australasian Journal of Educational Technology" from 2003 to 2012 to determine the types of research methodologies published, major... More

    pp. 42-48

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  8. Q & A with Ed Tech Leaders: Interview with John R. Savery

    Susan M. Fulgham & Michael F. Shaughnessy

    John R. Savery is Professor of Education and Director of Instructional Services at the University of Akron. His research and teaching interests focus on problem-based learning and technology-rich... More

    pp. 48-51

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  9. Q & A with Ed Tech Leaders: Interview with Scott McLeod

    Michael F. Shaughnessy

    Scott McLeod is recognized as one of the nation's leading experts on K-12 school technology leadership issues. After 14 years as an Educational Leadership professor, Dr. McLeod currently serves as ... More

    pp. 62-63

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