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Framing research on technology and student learning in the content area [electronic resource] : implications for educators / edited by Lynn Bell, Lynne Schrum, and Ann D. Thompson.

Contributor(s): Bell, Lynn | Schrum, Lynne | Thompson, Ann (Ann D.).
Material type: TextTextSeries: Research methods in educational technology: Publisher: Charlotte, NC : IAP, c2008Description: 1 online resource (ix, 179 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9781607528685 (electronic bk.); 1607528681 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Educational technology -- Research -- United States | Education -- Effect of technological innovations on -- United States | Learning | Teaching -- Computer network resources | EDUCATION -- Computers & TechnologyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Framing research on technology and student learning in the content area.DDC classification: 371.3307/2 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Introduction / Lynn Bell, Lynne Schrum, Ann Thompson, and Glen Bull -- Framing the research on technology and student learning in Mathematics / Robert N. Ronau, Margaret L. Niess, Christine Browning / David Pugalee, Shannon O. Driskell, and Rachel Harrington -- Framing the research on technology and student learning in science education / John Park and David Slykuis -- Framing the research on technology and student learning in the social studies / David Hicks, Adam Friedman, and John Lee -- Framing the research on technology and student learning in English education during an era of changing literacy practices / Carl A. Young, Troy Hicks, and Sara B. Kajder -- Framing the research on technology and student learning in reading / Michael C. Mckenna and Carrie Nagel -- Framing the research on technology and student learning / Dina Rosen, X. Christine Wang, and Nicola Yelland -- Framing the research on accessible technology for students with mild disabilities / Cindy L. Anderson and Kevin M. Anderson -- From teacher preparation to student learning : an example from secondary mathematics / Joe Garofalo, Nicole Juersivich / Jeffrey Steckroth, and Virginia Fraser -- Conclusion / Debra Sprague and Melissa Pierson.
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Introduction / Lynn Bell, Lynne Schrum, Ann Thompson, and Glen Bull -- Framing the research on technology and student learning in Mathematics / Robert N. Ronau, Margaret L. Niess, Christine Browning / David Pugalee, Shannon O. Driskell, and Rachel Harrington -- Framing the research on technology and student learning in science education / John Park and David Slykuis -- Framing the research on technology and student learning in the social studies / David Hicks, Adam Friedman, and John Lee -- Framing the research on technology and student learning in English education during an era of changing literacy practices / Carl A. Young, Troy Hicks, and Sara B. Kajder -- Framing the research on technology and student learning in reading / Michael C. Mckenna and Carrie Nagel -- Framing the research on technology and student learning / Dina Rosen, X. Christine Wang, and Nicola Yelland -- Framing the research on accessible technology for students with mild disabilities / Cindy L. Anderson and Kevin M. Anderson -- From teacher preparation to student learning : an example from secondary mathematics / Joe Garofalo, Nicole Juersivich / Jeffrey Steckroth, and Virginia Fraser -- Conclusion / Debra Sprague and Melissa Pierson.

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