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Technology leadership for the twenty‐first century principal
This paper examines current issues related to technology integration and provides a contextual framework with which school principals can undertake new leadership responsibilities in this area.… Expand
Learning Designs Using Flipped Classroom Instruction (Conception d'apprentissage à l'aide de l'instruction en classe inversée).
The flipped classroom is an instructional model that leverages technology-enhanced instruction outside of class time in order to maximize student engagement and learning during class time. As part of… Expand
Games for Learning: Are Schools Ready for What's to Come?
Games Studies is still a relatively new field where much basic research remains to be done. This study asks K-12 teachers about their attitudes towards the use of games for teaching, what factors… Expand
Bridging the Gap between Early Adopters' and Mainstream Faculty's Use of Instructional Technology.
- M. Jacobsen
- 1 August 1997
Preparing Teachers for Technology Integration: Creating a Culture of Inquiry in the Context of Use
In September 2000, teachers in the province of Alberta, Canada, began the three-year implementation process for an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Program of Studies (Alberta… Expand
What is educational technology, anyway? A commentary on the new AECT definition of the field
By Denis Hlynka and Michele Jacobsen Authors Dr. Denis Hlynka is a professor of educational technology in the Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning at the University of Manitoba and the… Expand
Internet Research Ethics and the Policy Gap for Ethical Practice in Online Research Settings
A growing number of education and social science researchers design and conduct online research. In this review, the Internet Research Ethics (IRE) policy gap in Canada is identified along with the… Expand
Synchronous Online Collaborative Professional Development for Elementary Mathematics Teachers.
This paper describes and interprets the shared experiences of learners within an online, synchronous learning community that focused on discipline rich, focused inquiry with mathematics. Expand
Barriers to Systemic, Effective, and Sustainable Technology Use in High School Classrooms
The purpose of the Technology and High School Success (THSS) initiative was to encourage innovative strategies focused on improving provincial high school completion rates, using technology and student-centered learning to engage student interest. Expand