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Newton, Nicki – Eye on Education, 2019
In this book from bestselling author Dr. Nicki Newton, you'll learn how to level math workstations to engage K-2 students in meaningful, purposeful, rigorous practice. We know students don't learn at the same pace, so how do we take into account where they are and differentiate instruction? Dr. Nicki has the answers, showing how leveled…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Primary Education, Workstations, Individualized Instruction
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Kärnä, Eija; Dindar, Katja; Hu, Xiaoyi – Interactive Learning Environments, 2020
Technology-enhanced environments are increasingly used to enhance the interaction skills of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), yet little is known about how technology use influences interactions between educators and children. This article examined how educators engage with children with ASD in a technology-enhanced learning…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Technology Uses in Education, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders
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Rosen, Tracey – LEARNing Landscapes, 2018
Teacher voices hold weight for their colleagues. When teachers tell a story of a positive experience with technology (or other teaching tools or strategies), they are showing that it is possible. "Stories, particularly those that are concrete and readily identified with, are particularly powerful for transferring knowledge rich in tacit…
Descriptors: Story Telling, Faculty Development, Teaching Experience, Video Technology
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Dupont, Pascal – Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 2018
In France, the growing percentage of students with reading problems calls for innovative teaching, particularly for students with serious learning difficulties. The present study was conducted on two classes with comparable reading levels: one standard sixth-grade class and one eighth-grade SEGPA class (those with learning difficulties). This…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Reading Comprehension, Foreign Countries, Reading Difficulties
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Malybaev, Saken K.; Malaybaev, Nurlan S.; Isina, Botakoz M.; Kenzhekeeva, Akbope R.; Khuangan, Nurbol – International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 2016
The article presents the results of researches aimed at the creation of automated workplaces for railway transport specialists with the help of intelligent information systems. The analysis of tendencies of information technologies development in the transport network was conducted. It was determined that the most effective approach is to create…
Descriptors: Transportation, Information Systems, Information Management, Information Security
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Francis, Dave; Hill, Paul; Graham, Dallini; Swadley, Emy; Esplin, Kaleb – Journal of Extension, 2017
As traditional face-to-face Extension office interactions are supplanted by online education options, the makerspace offers a venue for authentic engagement between Extension and the community. In makerspaces, learners make and learn from one another in a cooperative learning environment. Through involvement in the maker movement, Extension has an…
Descriptors: Extension Education, Cooperative Learning, Educational Environment, Workstations
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Glaab, Sabine; Heyne, Thomas – Applied Environmental Education and Communication, 2020
A total of 268 primary school children (age 8.75 ± 0.65) spent one day at a wildlife park attending environmental education aiming at high cognitive achievement and motivation alongside maintained discipline. To accomplish this at an out-of-school learning setting, we compared our preferred 'guided learning at workstations' (G) combining the…
Descriptors: Wildlife, Outdoor Education, Environmental Education, Elementary School Students
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Cakmak, Metin; Demir, Cihat – Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences, 2018
The aim is to reveal the views of the sixth grade Matter and Heat Unit on the technique of the students who work with the station technique. Qualitative method was used. The study group of the study was 25 students in the sixth grade who attended Ataturk Secondary School in the Cinar district, they were in the second year of the 2016-2017 academic…
Descriptors: Opinions, Grade 6, Qualitative Research, Scientific Concepts
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Veletsianos, George; Reich, Justin; Pasquini, Laura A. – AERA Open, 2016
Big data from massive open online courses (MOOCs) have enabled researchers to examine learning processes at almost infinite levels of granularity. Yet, such data sets do not track every important element in the learning process. Many strategies that MOOC learners use to overcome learning challenges are not captured in clickstream and log data. In…
Descriptors: Data Analysis, Data Collection, Online Courses, Learning Strategies
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Jones, Sarah; Bucholz, Jessica L. – TechTrends: Linking Research and Practice to Improve Learning, 2014
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of an iPad to increase work related behaviors for one adult with disabilities in a vocational setting. A multiple baseline across behaviors single subject research design was used to determine if an iPad helped to increase independence in three identified behaviors, which included…
Descriptors: Adults, Disabilities, Handheld Devices, Program Effectiveness
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Calvert, Heather – Reading Teacher, 2015
With the nationwide focus on increasing students understanding and use of technology, many teachers are beginning to incorporate a variety of technology into small group rotations. However, the use of technology during these rotations often does not require students to use higher level thinking or problem solving skills. By eliminating the…
Descriptors: Technology Integration, Technology Uses in Education, Technological Literacy, Problem Solving
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Young, Chase – Texas Journal of Literacy Education, 2014
This article describes an action research project undertaken by a second grade teacher looking for research-based ways to increase his students' reading comprehension. He designed fifteen comprehension workstations and evaluated their effect on his second graders' reading comprehension scores as measured by district Imagination Station…
Descriptors: Independent Reading, Reading Comprehension, Workstations, Action Research
Jones, Kenneth E., Jr. – ProQuest LLC, 2011
Since 1975, the advance of home-based or remote work has been predicted and encouraged (Nilles). Remote work entails the ability of workers to function as productively from distant locations as those workers in face-to-face office environments: e.g. secondary offices, co-workplace offices, mobile workstations, and home. This study will look at the…
Descriptors: Management Systems, Workstations, Work Environment, Surveys
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Hua, Ying; Loftness, Vivian; Heerwagen, Judith H.; Powell, Kevin M. – Environment and Behavior, 2011
The increasingly collaborative nature of knowledge-based work requires workplaces to support both dynamic interactions and concentrated work, both of which are critical for collaboration performance. Given the prevalence of open-plan settings, this requirement has created new challenges for workplace design. Therefore, an understanding of the…
Descriptors: Cooperation, Work Environment, Workstations, Interior Space
Pirani, Judith A. – EDUCAUSE, 2014
This Core Data Service (CDS) Spotlight focuses on public computing resources, including lab/cluster workstations in buildings, virtual lab/cluster workstations, kiosks, laptop and tablet checkout programs, and workstation access in unscheduled classrooms. The findings are derived from 758 CDS 2012 participating institutions. A dataset of 529…
Descriptors: Workstations, Community Information Services, Trend Analysis, Access to Computers
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