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Teachers' views of their technology-focused preservice education program
This study explores the effectiveness of a technology-focused preservice education program by interviewing practicing teachers who have graduated from the program. The views of the teachers are examined with reference to ...
Emerging online roles for academic librarians in Canada
The impact of digital technology on higher education is changing library services, spaces and roles. Academic librarians have a further transition with changing pedagogies for online learning. Less is known, however, about ...
Vines of oppression: a review of the literature, educational criticism and narrative analysis of social media research in public education
This arts-based educational inquiry paper is divided into three main sections; a review of the literature, an educational criticism discussing themes arising from the review of the literature, and a narrative analysis ...
Technology use in early childhood education: a review of the literature
An overview of research into the impact of technology use on learning and engagement for children aged 3-6 in early childhood education settings from 2004-2014 is presented. Previous efforts to synopsize the literature ...
Understanding the relationship between the personal and professional use of technology by K-12 educators
Much research has been done around how and why teachers integrate technology into classroom practices. Various factors have been shown to be important including teachers’ beliefs, attitudes, comfort, knowledge and skills. ...
The effects of the use of iPads in secondary physical education
This study investigates finding ways to improve engagement of students in Physical Education classes to inspire students to make healthy lifestyle choices. It appears that the existing barriers to the adoption of technology ...