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  1. Impact of teachers' technological attitudes upon the utilization of computers by students in their classrooms

    Cathleen F. Zehnacker, Caldwell College, United States

    (1998) pp. 1–65

    One of the most critical issues in classrooms today is the implementation and integration of technology into the learning process. The literature revealed that teachers' technological attitudes... More

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  2. Computer technology usage in fourth and fifth grade elementary classrooms

    Sheree Culpepper, Walden University, United States

    (2005) pp. 1–107

    This study examined factors and perceptions that influenced the implementation of computer technology in fourth and fifth grade classrooms. Change theory provided a framework for examining the... More

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  3. Literature and technology in three elementary classrooms: Contexts and connections

    Sheryl K. Rop, Michigan State University, United States

    (2002) pp. 1–281

    Two trends have separately contributed to significant changes in elementary education in recent decades. Embedded in the whole language movement and animated by interest in integrated, thematic, or... More

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  4. Understanding teachers' and administrators' perceptions and experiences towards computer use in Kenyan classrooms: A case study of two schools

    Lusike C. Wabuyele, Ohio University, United States

    (2003) pp. 1–254

    This study investigated and analyzed the teachers' and administrators' perceptions and experiences towards computer use in Kenyan classrooms. While technology has penetrated many sectors including ... More

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  5. Are computers a silver bullet? A look at the effectiveness of computer integrated classrooms

    David Stockman, Pacific Lutheran University, United States

    (2004) pp. 1–60

    Students in K–12 education are increasingly aware and knowledgeable about using computers. Unfortunately, teachers and others in education have not developed the same skills. Integrating technology... More

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  6. Integrating technology into secondary mathematics classrooms: A multiple case study of a professional development model

    Denise Elise Catherine Bonnet, Simon Fraser University , Canada

    (2003) pp. 1–144

    This multiple case study of four secondary mathematics teachers focuses on “Teaching and Learning in an Information Technology Environment” (TLITE) as a professional development model for... More

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  7. Robotics Competitions and Science Classrooms

    Gertraud Benke

    Cultural Studies of Science Education Vol. 7, No. 2 (June 2012) pp. 417–423

    This paper looks at the distinctions between science classrooms and the robotics competition described in the article "Examining the mediation of power in a collaborative community: engaging in... More

    pp. 417-423

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  8. Evaluating Sound Field Amplification Technology in New Brunswick Schools

    Rhonda Rubin, Catherine Aquino-Russell & Joan Flagg-Williams

    CASLPA Conference 2007 (2007)

    (Purpose) The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of classroom sound field amplification on communication in kindergarten through grade 3 classrooms. (Methodology) Sixty classrooms... More

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  9. Using Videoconferences to Diversify Classrooms Electronically

    Wayne Journell & Mark Dressman

    Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas Vol. 84, No. 3 (2011) pp. 109–113

    In this article the authors make a case for videoconferencing as a way to diversify middle and secondary classrooms. Through a description of the setup of a videoconference between American pre... More

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  10. Inspiring Hybridity: A Call to Engage with(in) Global Flows of the Multicultural Classroom

    Tricia Gallagher-Geurtsen

    Multicultural Perspectives Vol. 11, No. 4 (2009) pp. 200–203

    I propose that educators construct pedagogical responses to youth in schools in ways that consider classrooms to be the result of and the boardroom for complex global flows. Youth's production of... More

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  11. The Red Pill: Social Studies, Media Texts, and Literacies

    Trenia L. Walker

    Learning, Media and Technology Vol. 35, No. 1 (March 2010) pp. 1–14

    This article explores the use of media texts in contemporary high school social studies classrooms. Much of the current research regarding media education in social studies classes has focused on... More

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  12. SMARTer Music Teaching: Interactive Whiteboard Use in Music Classrooms

    Karin K. Nolan

    General Music Today Vol. 22, No. 2 (2009) pp. 3–11

    Interactive whiteboard use is rapidly becoming a popular and effective teaching tool in classrooms; this article explores specific uses within music classrooms. Not only do these boards prepare... More

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  13. Collaboratively Evaluating and Deploying Smart Technology in Classrooms

    Bart Strong & David Kidney

    Educause Quarterly Vol. 27, No. 4 (2004) pp. 64–67

    For several years prior to 2000, students and faculty at McMaster University rated classrooms below those at peer universities. In the case of many classrooms, the teaching environments were... More

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  14. Interventions for Promoting Gender Equitable Technology Use in Classrooms

    Melinda J. Bravo, Lucia Albino Gilbert & Lisa K. Kearney

    Teacher Education Quarterly Vol. 30, No. 4 (2003) pp. 95–109

    In this article, the authors describe two kinds of interventions aimed at changing classroom behavior in technology classrooms to create a more welcoming environment for girls. The educational... More

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  15. The Case for Smart Classrooms

    Wylie Wong

    Community College Journal Vol. 79, No. 2 (2008) pp. 31–34

    Smart classrooms are just as popular on other community college campuses. Through a combination of PowerPoint presentations, videos, Web pages, and other technologies, faculty can engage students... More

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  16. Closing a Resource Room for Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

    Kevin J. Miller

    Communication Disorders Quarterly Vol. 29, No. 4 (2008) pp. 211–218

    Self-contained classrooms and resource rooms have been an important component of the continuum of placements available to students who are deaf or hard of hearing. However, these specialized... More

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  17. Is Your Classroom Woman-Friendly? Ten Strategies for Reaching This Goal

    Mara H. Wasburn

    College Teaching Vol. 52, No. 4 (Sep 22, 2004)

    A recent report by the National Council for Research on Women (2001) revealed that the number of women entering technology-driven careers has declined. Among the reasons cited is the sometimes... More

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  18. Saudi Secondary School Teachers Attitudes' towards Using Interactive Whiteboard in Classrooms

    Aytekin Isman, Fahad AbdulAziz Abanmy, Hisham Barakat Hussein & Mohammed Abdelrahman Al Saadany

    Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology Vol. 11, No. 3 (July 2012) pp. 286–296

    The research aims at investigating the Saudi Secondary school Teachers' Attitudes towards using Interactive Whiteboard in the classrooms. The research uses the Quasi- Experimental approach, with... More

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  19. Research towards an Expanded Understanding of Inquiry Science beyond One Idealized Standard

    Nancy Butler Songer, Hee-Sun Lee & Scott McDonald

    Science Education Vol. 87, No. 4 (2003) pp. 490–516

    Examines the implementation and adaptation of Kids as Global Scientists (KGS), an inquiry-based, technology-rich middle school environment. Examines three classrooms of urban teachers in high... More

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  20. Using Technology To Cross Cultural and Linguistic Borders in Spanish Language Classrooms

    Darcy Lear

    Hispania Vol. 86, No. 3 (2003) pp. 541–51

    Explores the divide between possibilities for technology use in classrooms and the realities of technology use in these same classrooms. Specific focus is on ways in which technology is used to... More

    pp. 541-51

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