Technology References
 

Larry Cuban (1999). Teachers and Machines: The Classroom Use of Technology Since 1920.   New York: Teachers College Press.

Oppenheimer, T. (2003). The flickering mind: Saving education from the false promise of technology. New York: Random House.

Sandholtz, J., Ringstaff, C., & Dwyer, D. (1997). Teaching with technology: Creating student- centered classrooms. New York: Teachers College Press.

Pink, D.  (2005).  A whole new mind.  Riverhead Books, New York: NY.

Friedman, Thomas L. (2005). The World Is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-First Century. MacMillan Publishers, New York, NY.

Tapscott, D. (1999). Growing Up Digital: The Rise of the Net Generation. McGraw Hill Trade, New York, 1999.

Dede, C. Honan, J., & Peters, L. (2005). Scaling Up Success: Lessons from Technology-based Educational Improvements. Jossey-Bass.

Roschelle, J. & Pea, R. (1999). Trajectories from today’s WWW to a powerful educational infrastructure. Educational Researcher, 8(5), 22-25.  (In class)

Lemke, J.L. Multimedia Demands of the Scientific Curriculum. Linguistics and Education 10 (3): 1-25. 2000.

Roschelle, J., & Pea, R. (2002). A walk on the WILD side: How wireless handhelds may change computer-supported collaborative learning. International Journal of Cognition and Technology, 1(1), 145-168. 

Wells, L. (2006). Blog it: An innovative way to improve literacy. Reading Today, 24(1), 40-40, 1/2p.  Retrieved May 27, 2007 from http://web.ebscohost.com.ezproxy.waikato.ac.nz:2048/ehost/pdf?vid=5&hid=19&sid=05cdf6c7-dc18-4d5f-b314-fd23f274d3c3%40SRCSM2 

Roschelle, J., Penuel, W. R., & Abrahamson, L. A. (2004). The networked classroom. Educational Leadership, 61(5), 50-54. 

Mistler-Jackson, M., & Songer, N. B. (2000). Student Motivation and Internet Technology: Are Students Empowered to Learn Science? Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 37(5), 459-479.  

Lindsay, B., & Poindexter, M.T. (2003). The Internet: Creating equity through continuous education  or perpetuating a digital divide? Comparative Education Review, 47, 1, 112-124.

Sandoval, W.A., & Millwood, K.A. (2005). The quality of students' use of evidence in written scientific explanations. Cognition and Instruction, 23(1), 23-55.

Songer, N. B., Lee, H.-S., & Kam, R. (2002). Technology-Rich Inquiry Science in Urban Classrooms: What Are the Barriers to Inquiry Pedagogy? Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 39(2), 128-150. 

Williams, M., & Linn, M. C. (2002). WISE inquiry in fifth grade biology. Research in Science Education, 32(4), 415-436. 

Berson, M. (1996). Effectiveness of computer technology in the social studies: A review of the literature. Journal of Research on Computing in Education, 28 (4), 486-98.

Lankshear, C., & Knobel, M. (2003). The “new literacy studies” and the study of new literacies.  In C. Lankshear & M. Knobel (Ed.), New literacies: Changing knowledge and classroom learning, (pp. 23-49). Buckingham: Open University Press.

Armstrong, S and David Warlick, D. (2004) The New Literacy, Tech Learning,  <available at http://www.techlearning.com/story/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=47102021>

Goldman, S.R., Duschl, R.A., Ellenbogen, K., William, S.M., & Tzou, C. (2002). Science inquiry in a digital age: Possibilities for making thinking visible. In H. van Oostendorp (Ed.), Cognition in a Digital Age. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Ohler, J. (2005). The World of Digital Storytelling.  Educational Leadership, v63 n4 p44-47.

Michaels, S., and O'Connor, M. C. (1990).  Literacy as reasoning within multiple discourses: Implications for policy and educational reform.  Paper presented at The Council of Chief State School Officers 1990 Summer Institute.

DeVore, P.W.  (1992).  Technological Literacy and Social Purpose.  Theory into Practice.  Winter, pp. 59-63.

Rodriguez, A. J. & Kitchen, R. (2005).  Preparing prospective mathematics and science teachers to teach for diversity: Promises strategies for transformative pedagogy.  New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Newmann, F.M., Bryk, A. S., & Nagaoka, J.K. (2001). Authentic intellectual work and standardized tests: Conflict or coexistence? Improving Chicago’s schools. Chicago, IL: Consortium on Chicago School Research.

Swan, K., M. Hooft, A. Kratcoski, & J. Schenker. (2007). Ubiquitous computing and changing pedagogical possibilities: Representations, conceptualizations and uses of knowledge. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 36(4), 481-515.

Wiggins and McTighe Understanding by Design (Selected Chapters)

Partnership for 21st Century Skills (August 2, 2007). Framework for 21st Century Learning. http://www.21stcenturyskills.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=254&Itemid=120

Yerrick, R. (2009). The Impact of Digital Tools on Middle School Science Literacy, Current Issues in Technology Education.

U.S. Department of Education (April, 2006) Teaching Science in Five Countries: Results From the TIMSS Study Statistical Analysis Report., U.S. Department of Education Institute of Education Sciences Research Paper: #NCES 2006-011  [Available: http://nces.ed.gov/pubsearch/getpubcats.asp?sid=073]

U.S. Department of Education (1996, June).  Getting America's Students Ready for the 21st Century: Meeting the Technology Literacy Challenge, U.S. Department of Education, Washington DC. [Available: http://www.ed.gov/Technology/Plan/NatTechPlan/benefits.html].

Marzano, R. J. Pickering, D.J., Pollock, J.E. (2001). Classroom instruction that works: Research-based strategies for increasing student achievement. Alexandria, VA: ASCD.

Rodriguez, A.J., Zozakiewicz, C, & Yerrick, R. (2005). Using Prompted Praxis to Improve Teacher Professional Development in Culturally Diverse Schools . School Science and Mathematics Journal. 105, (7), 352-362.

Dede, C. Honan, J., & Peters, L. (2005). Scaling Up Success: Lessons from Technology-based Educational Improvements. Jossey-Bass.

Sandholtz, J., Ringstaff, C., & Dwyer, D. (1997). Teaching with technology: Creating student- centered classrooms. New York: Teachers College Press

Raack, L., (2000): Computer-Based Technology and Learning: Evolving Uses and Expectations, NCREL-Published Research.  [Available: http://www.ncrel.org/tplan/cbtl/toc.htm].

Pea, R.D. (2004). The social and technological dimensions of scaffolding and related theoretical concepts for learning, education, and human activity. Scaffolding: A Special Issue of the Journal of the Learning Sciences.

Yerrick, R., Ross, D., and Molebash, P. (2005)., Too Close for Comfort: Real-Time Science Teaching Reflections via Digital Video Editing, Journal of Science Teacher Education, 6, 4, 351 – 375.

Osborne, A.B. (1996). Practice into theory into practice: Culturally relevant pedagogy for students we have marginalized and normalized. Anthropology and Education Quarterly, 27, 285–314.

Chandler-Olcott, K., & Mahar, D. (2003). "Tech-Savviness" Meets Multiliteracies: Exploring Adolescent Girls' Technology-Mediated Literacy Practices. Reading Research Quarterly, 38(3), 356–385. doi: 10.1598/RRQ.38.3.3

Cassell, J. (2004). Towards a model of technology and literacy development: Story listening systems, Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology  Volume 25, Issue 1, pp. 75-105

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Wilson, L.A. & Peterson, E.L. (2006). Measuring the value of one-to-one computing: A case study perspective. One-to-One Computing, CoSN Compendium 2006. Retrieved December 1, 2007 from https://my.cosn.org/mycosn/store/?storecat=2006%20Compendium.

Turkle, S and Papert, S (1990) 'Epistemological pluralism: Styles and voices within the computer culture' Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 16(1): 128-58

Bertram Rothschild, "Computing Gender Bias", The Humanist 60:2 (March-April 2000), 36-37.

Edwards, P (1990) 'The Army and the microworld: Computers and the politics of gender identity', Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 16(1):102-27

Jane Margolis, Allan Fisher, and Faye Miller, "The Anatomy of Interest: Women in Undergraduate Computer Science," Women's Studies Quarterly 2000: 1 & 2, 104-127.

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American Association of University Women Educational Foundation, "Tech-Savvy: Educating Girls in the New Computer Age," executive summary of research report, 2000.

Suzanne Hildebrand, "The Information Age versus Gender Equity? Technology and Values in Education for Library and Information Science," Library Trends 47:4 (Spring 1999), 669-685.

Carol Gilligan, In a Different Voice. Chapters 1, 2, 5, &, 6.  Harvard University Press. ISBN: 0674445449

Sadker, M., & Sadker, D. (1994). Failing at fairness: How America's schools cheat girls. New York: McMillan.

Sundin, E (1995) 'The social construction of gender and technology: A process with no definite answer', The European Journal of Women's Studies, Special Issue on Technology, 2(3): 335-53

Treviranus, J., & Coombs, N. (2000, October). Bridging the digital divide in higher education.  Paper  presented at the EDUCAUSE 2000 conference, Nashville, TN.  http://www.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/EDU0028.pdf 

Gilroy, M. (2003). The digital divide: Myth or reality? The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education,  13, 18, 10.

Lazarus, W. and Lipper, L.  (2000). Online content for low-income and underserved Americans: The digital divide’s new frontier. A Strategic Audit of Activities and Opportunities, The Children’s Partnership. Santa Monica, CA.

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Cradler, J., & Bridgforth, E. (1996). Recent research on the effects of technology on teaching and learning. Policy Brief. San Francisco, CA: WestEd Regional Educational Laboratory.

Engstrom, C.M., & Kruger, K.W. (1997) Using technology to promote  student learning: Opportunities for today and tomorrow. New Directions  for Student Services Series #78. San Francisco: Jossey Bass. 

Peck, C., Cuban, L., & Kirkpatrick, H (2002). High-tech's high hopes meet student realities. Phi Delta Kappan, 83, 472-481.

Pflaum, W. D. (2001). The technology fix: The promise and reality of computers in our schools. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

Newmann, F.M., Marks, H., Louis, K., Kruse, S. & Gamoran, A. (1996). Authentic achievement: Restructuring schools for intellectual quality. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers.

Rodriguez, A. J. & Kitchen, R. (2005).  Preparing prospective mathematics and science teachers to teach for diversity: Promises strategies for transformative pedagogy.  New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

U.S. Department of Education (April, 2006) Teaching Science in Five Countries: Results From the TIMSS Study Statistical Analysis Report., U.S. Department of Education Institute of Education Sciences Research Paper: #NCES 2006-011  [Available: http://nces.ed.gov/pubsearch/getpubcats.asp?sid=073]

Davis, T., & Trebian, M. (2001). Shaping the destiny of Native American people by ending the digital divide. Educause Review, ID # ERM0112 http://www.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ERM0112.pdf

U.S. Department of Education (1996, June).  Getting America's Students Ready for the 21st Century: Meeting the Technology Literacy Challenge, U.S. Department of Education, Washington DC. [Available: http://www.ed.gov/Technology/Plan/NatTechPlan/benefits.html].

Cuban, L. (1986). Teachers and Machines : The Classroom Use of Technology Since 1920, Teachers College Press. 

Elizabeth McDermott, Barriers to Womens Career Progression in LIS, Library Management 19:7 (1998): 416-420.

Marie L. Radford and Gary P. Radford, Power, Knowledge, and Fear: Foucault, Feminism, and the Stereotype of the Female Librarian, Library Quarterly 67:3, 250-66.

Lindsay, B., & Poindexter, M.T. (2003). The Internet: Creating equity through continuous education  or perpetuating a digital divide? Comparative Education Review, 47, 1, 112-124.

Raack, L., (2000): Computer-Based Technology and Learning: Evolving Uses and Expectations, NCREL-Published Research.  [Available: http://www.ncrel.org/tplan/cbtl/toc.htm].

Newmann, F.M., Bryk, A. S., & Nagaoka, J.K. (2001). Authentic intellectual work and standardized tests: Conflict or coexistence? Improving Chicago’s schools. Chicago, IL: Consortium on Chicago School Research.

Sawyer, R.K. (2006). Introduction: The new science of learning. In R.K. Sawyer, The Cambridge Handbook of the Learning Sciences (19-34). New York: Cambridge University Press

Pea, R.D. (2004). The social and technological dimensions of scaffolding and related theoretical concepts for learning, education, and human activity. Scaffolding: A Special Issue of the Journal of the Learning Sciences.

Wilson, L.A. & Peterson, E.L. (2006). Measuring the value of one-to-one computing: A case study perspective. One-to-One Computing, CoSN Compendium 2006. Retrieved December 1, 2007 from https://my.cosn.org/mycosn/store/?storecat=2006%20Compendium.

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Martin, E (1991) The egg and the sperm: How science has constructed a romance based on stereotypical male-female roles, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 16(3): 485-501

Michelle Perrot, The Three Ages of Industrial Discipline in Nineteenth-Century France,, in John Merriman, ed., Consciousness and Class Experience in Nineteenth-Century Europe

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Sundin, E (1995) 'The social construction of gender and technology: A process with no definite answer', The European Journal of Women's Studies, (1995) Special Issue on Technology, 2(3): 335-53

Edwards, P (1990) 'The Army and the microworld: Computers and the politics of gender identity', Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 16(1):102-27

Susan Leigh Star, "From Hestia to Home Page: Feminism and the Concept of Home in Cyberspace" in Nina Lykke & Rosi Braidotti (Eds.) Between Monsters, Goddesses and Cyborgs (London: ZED Books, 1996).

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Joan Scott, The Mechanization of Womens Work; Scientific American (September 1982).

Turkle, S and Papert, S (1990) 'Epistemological pluralism: Styles and voices within the computer culture' Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 16(1): 128-58

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Haraway, D (1988), 'Situated knowledges: The science question in feminism and the privilege of partial perspective', Feminist Studies, 14(3): 575-99

Haraway, Donna, A Manifesto for Cyborgs: Science, Technology, and Socialist Feminism in the 1980s, Socialist Review 80 (March-April 1985), pp. 65-107

Sherry Turkle, "Making a Pass at a Robot" from Life on the Screen: Identity in the Age of the Internet

Ruth Schwartz Cowan, The Industrial Revolution in the Home, Technology and Culture 17 (1976), pp. 1-23

Fischer, Claude S. "Touch Someone": The Telephone Industry Discovers Sociability." Technology and Culture, us 29: 32-61.

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