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Wasko, Christopher W. – Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education, 2016
The purpose of this study was to determine the suitability of the DSAP Framework to guide instructional design and technology integration for teachers piloting a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) initiative and to measure the impact the initiative had on the amount and type of technology used in pilot classrooms. Quantitative and qualitative data were…
Descriptors: Instructional Design, Technology Integration, Handheld Devices, Technology Uses in Education
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Burke, Diane M.; Foulger, Teresa S. – Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education, 2014
Access to and use of mobile technologies are growing exponentially. The authors of this study identified four schools of education in the United States that self-identified as having a fully implemented curriculum for teachers on mobile technology use in PK-12 classrooms. In-depth interviews were conducted with a representative from each…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Teacher Education, Teacher Education Programs, Private Colleges
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Schrum, Lynne; Levin, Barbara B. – Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education, 2013
In this paper, we argue that teachers have an opportunity to take on leadership roles in technology-rich schools and districts. Based on data collected during a year-long project to investigate award-winning schools and districts, we used observations, interviews and focus groups, and document analysis to glean lessons learned from leaders and…
Descriptors: Effective Schools Research, Teacher Leadership, Observation, Interviews
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Spires, Hiller A.; Oliver, Kevin; Corn, Jenifer – Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education, 2012
Despite growing research and evaluation results on one-to-one computing environments, how these environments affect learning in schools remains underexamined. The purpose of this article is twofold: (a) to use a theoretical lens, namely a new learning ecology, to frame the dynamic changes as well as challenges that are introduced by a one-to-one…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Classroom Environment, Educational Change, Educational Theories