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Everyday Problem Solving in Engineering: Lessons for Engineering Educators
Practicing engineers are hired, retained, and rewarded for solving problems, so engineering students should learn how to solve workplace problems. Workplace engineering problems are substantivelyExpand
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Understanding pre-service teachers' computer attitudes: applying and extending the technology acceptance model
Computers are increasingly widespread, influencing many aspects of our social and work lives, As we move into a technology‐based society, it is important that classroom experiences with computers areExpand
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Assessing the intention to use technology among pre-service teachers in Singapore and Malaysia: A multigroup invariance analysis of the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM)
This study assesses the pre-service teachers' self-reported future intentions to use technology in Singapore and Malaysia. A survey was employed to validate items from past research. Using theExpand
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Beliefs about teaching and uses of technology among pre‐service teachers
In the current learning environments, technology is integrated in different ways. Teachers acting in the capacity of main change agents bring with them beliefs about teaching which effects their useExpand
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Explaining the Intention to Use Technology among Student Teachers: An Application of the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB)
Purpose – This paper aims to examine pre‐service teachers' self‐reported intention to use technology by employing the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) as the researchExpand
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The self-directed learning with technology scale (SDLTS) for young students: An initial development and validation
Research has found self-directed learning to have a significant impact on the long-term societal demands on our future workforce and our perspective on learning. Over the years, many measures haveExpand
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The Cambridge Handbook of Multimedia Learning: The Collaboration Principle in Multimedia Learning
This chapter discusses the generative drawing principle in multimedia learning. The generative drawing principle states that asking students to create drawings while reading text causes generativeExpand
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Attitudes towards computers among students in higher education: A case study in Singapore
Over the years, the use of computer has become an integral part of education and its impact on teaching and learning is widely accepted (Mitra et al, 2000). The successful integration of computers inExpand
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Examining the efficacy of the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) to understand pre-service teachers' intention to use technology
This study examined pre-service teachers’ self-reported intention to use technology by employing the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) as the research framework. One hundred and fifty-sevenExpand
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The role of model building in problem solving and conceptual change
This study examines the effects of the activity of building systems models for school-based problems on problem solving and on conceptual change in elementary science classes. During a unit on theExpand
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