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Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books. Vygotsky, L. Mind in society: Development of higher psychological processes. Cole, V. John-Steiner, S.

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Souberman, Trans. Thought and Language. Kozulin, Trans. The Annotated Bibliography will include at least 15 articles related to professional development, constructivist teaching and incorporating technology and selected from peer reviewed journals. In addition, a 25 to 30 page paper will synthesize themes from research studies, relating them to the theories of Bruner, Dewey, and Vygotsky.

Social constructivist e-Learning: A case study. International Electronic Journal for Leadership in Learning, 11 , Retrieved July 26, , from Education Research Complete database. Brill, J.

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Burke, B. The finest in professional development: Engineering bydesign ebd curriculum specialists—Helping hands for improving student achievement. The Technology Teacher pp. Davies, T. Changing schools of thought: Back to the future [Electronic version]. Research in Education, 71, Debevec, K.


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Learning strategies and performance in a technology integrated classroom [Electronic version]. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 38, Erekson, T. Integrating the study of technology into the curriculum: A consulting teacher model. Journal of Technology Education: Vol. Hurt, J. Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin. Kearney, M. Classroom use of multimedia-supported predict-observe-explain tasks in a social constructivist learning environment. Research in Science Education, 34 4 , Retrieved July 26, , doi Research in Geographical and Environmental Education.

Knowledge building community: Keys for using online forums. Matzen, N. Journal of Research on Technology in Education. O'Hanlon, C. THE Journal. Palmer, D. A motivational view of constructivist-informed teaching. International Journal of Science Education, 27 15 , Passerini, K. Performance and behavioral outcomes in technology supported learning: The role of interactive multimedia [Electronic version].

Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 16, Sbarma, P. Semple, A. Learning theories and their influence on the development and use of educational technologies.

Australian Science Teachers. Triggs, P. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning. Wright, V. Training in the utilization and benefits of instructional technologies will provide the needed guidance to use this tool effectively in teacher training and, subsequently, in their classrooms. Through workshops, faciliators will incorporate constructivist theories to demonstrate the educational benefits of weblogs as an instructional tool.

Empowering educators with the new knowledge of weblogs as an instructional tool will be a transitional phase to motivate them to explore additional instructional technologies for future implementation. Teachers' continuing professional development in primary physical education: Lessons from present and past to inform the future. Retrieved July 28, , doi Does policy influence mathematics and science teachers' participation in professional development?.

Teachers College Record, 5 , Retrieved July 28, , from Academic Search Premier database.

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Erickson, G. Collaborative teacher learning: Findings from two professional development projects. The challenges of designing and implementing effective professional development for out-of-field high school physics teachers. Hardy, I. Teacher professional development as an effect of policy and practice: a Bourdieuian analysis.

Journal of Education Policy, 23 1 , Effects of integrating hypermedia into elementary science professional development on science content knowledge. Studying the effects of professional development: The Case of the NSF's local systemic change through teacher enhancement initiative. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 39 2 , Retrieved July 28,, from Academic Search Premier database.

Koellner, K. Introduced innovations in the curriculum, especially with literature and storytelling.

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Created an art appreciation program used by the entire fifth grade on annual field trips. Consistently outstanding evaluations.

Achieved tenure. Administered Campus Y classes, including deciding on course offerings, hiring instructors, and producing a brochure. Worked together with leaders of other campus organizations to provide programs such as Cultural Celebration. September 29, Society of Philosophy and History of Education.

San Antonio, TX. Not "merely told": Teaching Dewey through a collaboratively created Web site. May 4, Second International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry. Urbana-Champaign, IL. Breaking ground: The story of the first semester of an ongoing project to use collaboratively created hypertext in an undergraduate educational foundations class. March 20, Orlando, FL.

Hypertext foundations: The story of three semesters of using collaboratively created hypertext in an undergraduate educational foundations class. November , Philadelphia, PA. Tech Savvy Adolescents. February 18, Louis, MO.