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Multimedia Presentations of Mitosis: An Examination of Split-Attention, Modality, Redundancy, and Cueing
Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia Vol. 23, No. 2 (April 2014) pp. 145–162
Multimedia presentations that combine visual and verbal information are widely used for instructional purposes. While the design of the text-graphic relationship is difficult, several design strategies with the potential to reduce cognitive load...
Exploring different instructional designs of a screen-captured video lesson: A mixed methods study of transfer of learnng
Exploring different instructional designs of a screen-captured<p> video lesson: A mixed methods study of transfer of learnng (2009) pp. 1–148
Digital instruction, whether in the form of training delivered on CD/DVD-ROMs or online courses delivered via the Internet is being used in all levels of education. It can, after all, increase student achievement if designed properly (Moersch, 1999)....
#TwitterforTeachers: The Implications of Twitter as a Self-Directed Professional Development Tool for K-12 Teachers
Journal of Research on Technology in Education Vol. 46, No. 4 (2014) pp. 396–413
This mixed-methods study explores how K-12 teachers use Twitter. An online survey was disseminated via Twitter to gauge their usage of, access to, and perceptions of Twitter. The results indicated that teachers highly value Twitter as a means of...
How do teachers make judgments about ethical and unethical behaviors? Toward the development of a code of conduct for teachers
Teaching and Teacher Education: An International Journal of Research and Studies Vol. 28, No. 6 (August 2012) pp. 890–898
The authors examined the dimensions that underlie teachers' judgments about ethical versus unethical behaviors. 593 educators and teachers in training were administered a 41 item survey. For each item, respondents rated the extent to which they...