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Fall 2014     ISSN 1096-1453     Volume 18, Issue 3

   o5 PROFESSORS,    13 ASSOC PROF,    o8ASST PROF,    o3 INSTR,    o8 OTHER,    o9 GRAD STUDENT
    Table of Contents
	 Learning Technology   / 3 

Mapping Trends and Themes within Online Education  / 5 
	Ipek Bozkurt, University of Houston Clear Lake, TX
	Shanta Goswami, University of Houston Clear Lake, TX
	Mrinal Mugdh Varma, University of Houston Clear Lake, TX
	    Abstract and 6 Figures & 1 table 
3D Prototyping and Various Programs of Study  /  16
	William S. Richman, Ball State University, IN
	Tarek Mahfouz, Ball State University, IN
	James W. Jones, Ball State University, IN
Teacher Candidates and Twitter: Learning With iMentors  /  23
	Marialice B.F.X. Curran, University of Saint Joseph, CT
Using Learning Technology to Enhance Teaching  /  28
	Edward J. Lazaros, Ball State University
	Cameron Davidson, Ball State University
Improving a Generation 1.5 Student’s Writing  /  33
	Jacqueline Peña, Miami Dade College, FL
Mobile Technology Adoption in K-12 Classrooms  /  41
	Sarah B. McKay, Ball State University   
	Jacob C. Seward, Ball State University
	Christopher B. Davison, Ball Statue University
Reading Strategies for Secondary Science Teachers  /  50
	Deidra Spencer, Oregon State University, Corvallis OR
	Jana Bouwma-Gearhart, Oregon State University, Corvallis OR
An Exploration of STEM Education Centers  /  61
	Jana Bouwma-Gearhart, Oregon State University, Corvallis OR 
	Jennifer Shalini Collins, Oregon State University, Corvallis OR
	John Ivanovitch, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR
Faculty Training for Online Teaching  /  70
	Cheryl Murphy, University of Arkansas
	Victoria Miller, University of Arkansas
Communication Preferences in Higher Education  /  76
 	Julio A. Rodriguez-Rentas, Pace University, NY
Performance Goals Addressed to Different Audiences  /  84
	S. Serena Shim, Ball State University
	YoonJung Cho, Oklahoma State University
	Sarah Kiefer, University of South Florida
	Lydia M. Kilmer, Ball State University
Exploring Authentic Leadership with Millennials  /  90
	Meagan Scott, Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma
	Penny Pennington Weeks, Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma
	Nicholas R. Brown, Jenks Public School District, Oklahoma
Academic Leadership: Principles and Practices  /  95
	Richard F. Bowman, Winona State University, MN 
Student Learning and Discussion Board Forums  /  102
	Alana Van Gundy, Miami University, OH
	Chamina Smith, Miami University, OH
Have Students Believe They Can Dazzle You  /  109
	Michael V. Miranda, Kingsborough Community College/CUNY
Mathematics Teachers and Problematic Problems  /  115
	Jose N. Contreras, Ball State University, IN
Intercultural Understanding in Language Education  /  120
	Carmela Pesca, Central Connecticut State University
Traditional, Collaborative and Online Exam Taking  /  126
	Colleen McDonough, Neumann University, PA
	Ramona Palmerio-Roberts, Neumann University, PA
Auditory Feedback: An Innovative Teaching Tool  /  132
	Eric McCoy, United States Military Academy, NY
	Remi Hajjar, United States Military Academy, NY
	Irving Smith III, United States Military Academy, NY
Students with Learning Disabilities in Science  /  139
	Allison L. McGrath, University of Illinois at Chicago
	Marie Tejero Hughes, University of Illinois at Chicago
Study Abroad and Language Acquisition: A Critique  /  145
	Martin Howard, University College Cork, Ireland
Learning Metacognition with Exam Wrappers  /  151
	Janet L. Kourik, Webster University, MO

KEYWORD Subject/Topic Index  156-157
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