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Johnson, Genevieve Marie; Cooke, Audrey – Distance Education, 2016
Teacher feedback is critically related to student learning. This study sought to determine the relationships between distance education (DE) student level of self-regulated learning (SRL) and their preference for audio-recorded vs. written feedback from tutors. DE students (n = 102) enrolled in a first-year university course completed an online…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Feedback (Response), Audio Equipment, Student Needs
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Johnson, Genevieve Marie; Oliver, Rhonda – Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 2014
The uptake of small screen technology by adolescents is widespread, particularly in industrial nations. Whether the same is true for Australian Aboriginal youth is less clear as there is a dearth of research in this regard. Therefore, in this exploratory study the use of small screen technology by Indigenous students was examined. Twenty-four…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Technology Uses in Education, Adolescents, Indigenous Populations
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Johnson, Genevieve Marie – Journal of Interactive Online Learning, 2011
Widespread adoption of the Internet during the past two decades has produced the first generation of digital natives. Ninety-five children (M[subscript age] = 10.4 years) completed a questionnaire that measured three clusters of variables: 1) Internet use at home and school, 2) peer, school, and home self-esteem, 3) and cognitive abilities…
Descriptors: Females, Internet, Gender Differences, Males
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Johnson, Genevieve Marie; Zastawny, Sylvia; Kulpa, Anastasia – International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 2010
Virtual communities for those who self-injure (SI) are increasingly popular and involve Internet communication technologies including e-message boards. The social and emotional support of an accepting virtual community may facilitate individual recovery from SI. Via self-report data, this study describes individuals who participate in virtual…
Descriptors: Health Services, Internet, Self Destructive Behavior, Information Technology
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Johnson, Genevieve Marie – Journal of Early Childhood Research, 2010
Thirty-eight children in first and second grade completed a 10-item rating scale on Internet use at home and school. Results suggested that, in general, more children used the Internet at school than at home but home-based use was more often perceived as enjoyable. Three patterns of Internet use emerged suggesting three types of young users:…
Descriptors: Rating Scales, Grade 2, Internet, Use Studies
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Johnson, Genevieve Marie – Educational Technology & Society, 2010
Johnson and Puplampu recently proposed the "ecological techno-subsystem", a refinement to Bronfenbrenner's theoretical organization of environmental influences on child development. The ecological techno-subsystem includes child interaction with both living (e.g., peers) and nonliving (e.g., hardware) elements of communication,…
Descriptors: Socioeconomic Status, Internet, Cognitive Development, Child Development
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Johnson, Genevieve Marie – Australian Journal of Educational & Developmental Psychology, 2010
Ecological systems theory assumes that child development is the consequence of ongoing reciprocal and spiraling interactions between the child and his/her microsystem (immediate home, school, and community environments). The increasing presence of digital technologies in children's immediate environments suggests the need for the proposed…
Descriptors: Rating Scales, Internet, Cognitive Development, Child Development
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Johnson, Genevieve Marie; Bratt, Sharon E. – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2009
E-tutoring refers to individualized learning support mediated by Internet technology. While increased demand for tutors has led to a surge in commercial e-tutoring services, volunteer e-tutoring programs for children are rare. To test the viability of volunteer e-tutoring for elementary school students, 10 undergraduate students enrolled in a…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Undergraduate Students, Tutors, Volunteers