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The increased access to, but continued under-use of, technology in education makes it imperative to understand the barriers teachers face when integrating technology into their classrooms. While prior research suggests teachers encounter both first-order extrinsic barriers and second-order personal barriers, much of this research has focused on K-12(More)
It is hard to find a national study of children's use of media in the past 20 years that does not demonstrate that media, and especially television, are a dominant activity of childhood. And young children, from birth to age 8, have incorporated media technologies into their out-of-school lives in unprecedented ways in recent years. Early media use is now(More)
Research has shown that nurses who participate in shared decision making (SDM) have more control over their practice and greater job satisfaction, and hospitals that have instituted SDM have lower rates of nurse turnover and better patient outcomes. The purpose of this article is to describe the implementation of an SDM structure at a pediatric hospital.(More)
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