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Teachers' Expectations Can Influence How Students Perform : NPR

"In my Morning Edition story today, I look at expectations — specifically, how teacher expectations can affect the performance of the children they teach.

The first psychologist to systematically study this was a Harvard professor named Robert Rosenthal, who in 1964 did a wonderful experiment at an elementary school south of San Francisco."


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More on digital literacies

More on digital literacies | Interactive Media in Education | Scoop.it

I’m continuing to explore the concept of digital literac(ies) as it pertains, in particular, to adults and working professionals. This is not to undervalue the importance of this concept and the work around it related to public-school education and policy. But my professional interest is in how “literacy” plays out in expanding the continuing development of adults and working practitioners.


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The Digital Divide within education caused by the internet (URJHS - open access)

The Digital Divide within education caused by the internet (URJHS - open access) | Interactive Media in Education | Scoop.it

This paper examines how Internet technologies are creating a divide between the skills individuals are using inside the classroom and in their daily lives. The data were collected using an online survey that highlights the need to revaluate how individuals are now learning and the new role of teachers in the digital age.


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Exploring Group Forming Strategies by Examining Participation Behaviours during Whole Class Discussions

Exploring Group Forming Strategies by Examining Participation Behaviours during Whole Class Discussions | Interactive Media in Education | Scoop.it

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5 Companies that are rocking Social Media #infographic

5 Companies that are rocking Social Media #infographic | Interactive Media in Education | Scoop.it
5 Companies that are rocking the Social Media #infographic Success in social media isn’t something...
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An exploratory case study on the effectiveness of social network sites: The case of Facebook and Twitter in an educational organisation

An exploratory case study on the effectiveness of social network sites: The case of Facebook and Twitter in an educational organisation | Interactive Media in Education | Scoop.it
This study explores SNS effectiveness as a marketing tool.
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Noshir Contractor - Advancing the Science of Networks in Communities

Noshir Contractor - Advancing the Science of Networks in Communities | Interactive Media in Education | Scoop.it
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5 Best Practices for Educators on Facebook

5 Best Practices for Educators on Facebook | Interactive Media in Education | Scoop.it
While it's been the bane of the school system for a long time, there are some real benefits to using Facebook in the classroom.
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Publications | Social Media in Higher Education

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Civil Discourse in the Age of Social Media

Civil Discourse in the
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Are kids really motivated by technology? | SmartBlogs

Are kids really motivated by technology? | SmartBlogs | Interactive Media in Education | Scoop.it

As a guy who delivers two-day #edtech workshops during my breaks from full-time classroom teaching, I’m often asked the same questions again and again: How can teachers use technology to motivate students? (via @wrubens)


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Why are children attracted to the Internet? (CHB - paywall)

Why are children attracted to the Internet? (CHB - paywall) | Interactive Media in Education | Scoop.it

From the perspective of self-determination theory, this study investigated the motivations for children’s Internet use by examining how basic psychological need satisfaction, perceived online and perceived in daily real life, affects children’s Internet use outcomes. A total of 637 elementary school students from China took participated in this study. The results from structural equation modeling showed that need satisfaction perceived online predicted higher levels of Internet use and more positive affect experienced online, whereas need satisfaction perceived in daily real life predicted less time spent online, less negative affect, and more positive affect. Both inherent properties of the experiences provided by the Internet and children’s social backgrounds contribute to Internet use outcomes. This study supports self-determination theory in explaining children’s Internet use motivations. Implications for efforts to encourage appropriate Internet use and directions for future research are discussed.


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Educational Technology Journals

The following list includes journals pertaining to various aspects of educational technology, online learning, or related issues.


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Family Participation | Mrs. Goucher's Class Blog

Family Participation | Mrs. Goucher's Class Blog | Interactive Media in Education | Scoop.it
by student bloggers Rudy and Soledad for Blogging Challenge #8: Are you connecting? We are in different fourth grade classes and this our first year involved.

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Twitter: Miss Brodie's Adventures in Twitterland! (Part 1)

Part 1: Miss Brodie signs up and creates her profile...
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Connecting with What Is Out There!: Using Twitter in the Large Lecture

Connecting with What Is Out There!: Using Twitter in the Large Lecture | Interactive Media in Education | Scoop.it
Objectives: Students and teachers will develop both practical skills and theoretical/ cultural understanding with regards to how Twitter can be used to present ideas and create dialogue between individuals and communities within and outside the...
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Creative Qualitative Inquiry: Innovative Graduate Level Pedagogies Shaped by Educational Technologies

Creative Qualitative Inquiry: Innovative Graduate Level Pedagogies Shaped by Educational Technologies | Interactive Media in Education | Scoop.it
This article describes and analyzes the experiences of two tenured university professors at two different US universities located in the Midwest as they collaborate to design and carry-out innovative pedagogies related to teaching doctoral level...
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Learning, Teaching, and Scholarship In a Digital Age: Web 2.0 and Classroom Research--What Path Should We Take" Now"?.

Learning, Teaching, and Scholarship In a Digital Age: Web 2.0 and Classroom Research--What Path Should We Take" Now"?. | Interactive Media in Education | Scoop.it
Educational Researcher http://er.aera.net Learning, Teaching, and Scholarship in a Digital Age: Web 2.0 and Classroom Research: What Path Should We Take Now? Christine Greenhow, Beth Robelia and Joan E.
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The Effect of Gender, Ethnicity, and Income on College Students’ Use of Communication Technologies

The Effect of Gender, Ethnicity, and Income on College
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JuncoElavskyHeibergerTwitterCollaboration.pdf

Putting twitter to the test: Assessing outcomes for student
collaboration, engagement and success.

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