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Educational Technology Research and Development

April 2010 Volume 58, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Factors Affecting Technology Integration in K-12 Classrooms: A Path Model

    Fethi A. Inan & Deborah L. Lowther

    The purpose of this study was to examine the direct and indirect effects of teachers' individual characteristics and perceptions of environmental factors that influence their technology integration... More

    pp. 137-154

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  2. The Effect of Static and Animated Visualization: A Perspective of Instructional Effectiveness and Efficiency

    Huifen Lin & Francis M. Dwyer

    This study investigated the effectiveness of three different levels of enhancement strategies utilized to facilitate students' learning from static and animated visualization when taking the time... More

    pp. 155-174

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  3. A Systems-Based Approach to Technology Integration Using Mentoring and Communities of Practice

    Theodore J. Kopcha

    The purpose of this article is to present a systems-based mentoring model of technology integration that follows a research-based path. The model moves teachers through four specific stages of... More

    pp. 175-190

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  4. Enabling Meaningful Learning through Web-Based Instruction with Occupational Therapy Students

    Cynthia Perlman, Cynthia Weston & Erika Gisel

    This paper explores the design of a Web-based tutorial for Activity Analysis offered within an undergraduate course of occupational therapy and how its design features influenced meaningful... More

    pp. 191-210

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  5. Weblog-Based Electronic Portfolios for Student Teachers in Taiwan

    Hsueh-Hua Chuang

    This paper explored how the use of weblogs within the portfolio framework affected portfolio production and development for student teachers, and how the weblog-based electronic portfolio (WBEP)... More

    pp. 211-227

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  6. Technology-Supported Learning Innovation in Cultural Contexts

    Jianwei Zhang

    Many reform initiatives adopt a reductionist, proceduralized approach to cultural change, assuming that deep changes can be realized by introducing new classroom activities, textbooks, and... More

    pp. 229-243

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