35 articles, 66 authors, 210 pages

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Spring 2010     ISSN 1096-1453     Volume 14, Issue 1

Table of Contents
Spring 2010 Editors' Choice Full-text articles or abstracts available free to all 24 / 7
Editorials:
	- Curriculum and Instruction
	- Technology in the Humanities
 
Wiki-based learning in the Art History survey  /  6
	Sarah Jarmer Scott, Wagner College, NY
Using Podcasts for Assessing Information Research  /  13
	Lauren Yannotta, Hunter College, City University of New York
	Brian Lym, Hunter College, City University of New York
	Shiao-Chuan Kung,  Hunter College, City University of New York
Embedding ePortfolios in Student Teaching  /  18
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	Brenda I. López Ortiz, St. John’s University
	Aliya Holmes, St. John’s University
Teaching Math and Science with Technology  /  25
	Pilar Gonzalez, Loretto Academy, El Paso, TX 
	Olga Kosheleva, University of Texas at El Paso, TX
Studying lessons: Preservice education partners  /  30
	Rebecca Schneider, University of Toledo, OH
Twitter as an extension of the classroom   /  35
	Lora Helvie-Mason, Southern University at New Orleans, LA
	Jennifer T. Edwards, Tarleton State University, TX
Webcam-Coaching for Professional Learning  /  40 Table-Figure-Chart 
	Marnie C. Ginsberg, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
	Lynne Vernon-Feagans, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
	Steven J. Amendum, North Carolina State University
Student Cognitive Styles And Student Attitudes  /  46
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	Pei-ling Wang, National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences, Taiwan
Exploring Assessment and Integrated Curriculum  /  51
	Susan M. Drake, Brock University
	Joanne L. Reid, Brock University
Transformative Informal Physics in the Bronx  /  57
	Angela M. Kelly, Lehman College, City University of New York
Two-way Video Observation in Teacher Education  /  63  Table-Figure-Chart 
	Wei Ma, Ball State University, IN
	Diane Glosson, Indiana University, IN
	Denise Salsbury, Ball State University, IN
Unsettling Traditional Notions of “Ability”  /  68
	Rachel Martin, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
Kindle DX and Course-based Texts  /  76
	Jon M. Clausen, Ball State University, IN
Teachers’ Technology Use in Vocabulary Teaching  /  81
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	Ferit Kilickaya, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
	Jaroslaw Krajka, Maria Curie-Sklodowska University, Poland
Toward Female-Friendly Gen Ed Computer Science  /  87
	Reva Freedman, Northern Illinois University
	Georgia Brown, Northern Illinois University
Leveraging Service-Learning:  A Case Study  /  93
	Rita R. Culross, Louisiana State University
When to Learn Statistics -Morning or Afternoon?  /  98
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	Mona Ray, Morehouse College, Atlanta, GA
Green City Movements as Sites for Student Inquiry  /  104
	Heather Martin, University of Denver, Colorado
Technology Mediated Learning Communities   /  110
	Sean Robinson, Argosy University, Washington, DC
	Julie Horton, Argosy University, Washington, DC
More Heads: Cooperative Learning in Math Class  / 115
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	Keri L. Juarez, Texas A&M University
	Lynne Masel Walters, Texas A&M University
Online Learning Community: Ownership/Foreclosure  /  120
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	Angela Webster-Smith, University of Central Arkansas
	Shelly Albritton, University of Central Arkansas
Collaboration Between Teachers and Social Workers  /  126
	Darla Spence Coffey. West Chester University
	Gail G. Bollin, West Chester University
Teaching Future Educators in Non-Traditional Ways  /  131 Table-Figure-Chart-1 Table-Figure-Chart-2 
	Sylvia Egal, New York City Department of Education
	Karen Russo, St. Joseph’s College, New York
Greening the Subject of/through Technical Writing  /  139
	Jim Henry, University of Hawai'i at Manoa
Science Cooperating Teachers’ Views of Mentoring  /  146
	Scott Robinson,  University of Hawai'i at Manoa
Intercultural Communication in Teacher Training  /  152
	Elizabeth M. Wadlington,  Southeastern Louisiana University
	Cynthia Elliott,  Southeastern Louisiana University
	Shirley W. Jacob,  Southeastern Louisiana University
Lessons from an Introductory Public Health Course  /  158 Table-Figure-Chart-1 Table-Figure-Chart-2 
	Alison Cohen,  Brown University, RI
	Andrea Lopez,  Brown University, RI
	Samantha Marder,  Brown University, RI
	Nina Safane,  Brown University, RI
	Melissa Clark, Brown University, RI
Adapting School Environments to Special Needs  /  164
	Samuel E. Cotton, Ball State University, IN
	Kourtland R. Koch, Ball State University, IN
	Michael W. Harvey, Ball State University, IN
Experiential Learning and Student Attitudes  /  170
	Bruce Kelley, The University of South Dakota
	Carol Lushbough, The University of South Dakota
Encouraging Talking to Learn in Distance Learning  /  175
	Meghan Sweeney, University of Nevada, Reno
Engaging Millennial Graduate Students  /  180
	Megan Moore Gardner, University of Akron, OH
	Sandra Coyner, University of Akron, OH
	Nasser Razek, University of Akron, OH
Promoting Scholarship in Teacher Education  /  186
	Janice M. Rey, Saint Joseph’s College of Maine
	Marilee H. Dunklee, Raymond School District, Maine
Bridging the Gap between Graphic and Novel  /  192
	John Wegner, Angelo State University, TX
Ethnography: Teaching Diversity in Local Contexts  /  197
	Wei Cao, University of Michigan-Flint
Using Short Stories in Higher Education Courses  /  203
	Grant B. Morgan, University of South Carolina
	Christian K. Anderson, University of South Carolina
	Barbara F. Tobolowsky, University of Texas – Arlington
 
KEYWORD Subject/Topic Index  /  208-209
 
  
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