International Journal of Information and Learning Technology



Table Of Contents: Volume 34 Issue 5 - Special Issue: Research trends in instructional technology

A rubric for describing competences in the areas of circuitry, computation, and crafting after a course using e-textiles

Victor R. Lee, Deborah A. Fields

In light of growing interest in the maker movement and electronic textiles (e-textiles) as an educational technology, the purpose of this paper is to characterize…

Modeling students’ problem solving performance in the computer-based mathematics learning environment

Young-Jin Lee

The purpose of this paper is to develop a quantitative model of problem solving performance of students in the computer-based mathematics learning environment.

Supporting a 1:1 program with a student technology team

Lana Peterson, Cassandra Scharber

The purpose of this paper is to describe the practice of using student technology teams (STTs) offered at a high school within a 1:1 district.

Promoting educational opportunity and achievement through 1:1 iPads

Gayle Y. Thieman, Tatiana Cevallos

The purpose of this paper is to expand the growing body of research on the educational impact of 1:1 mobile devices, investigating the iPad’s potential to reduce the…

Educators’ perceptions of a maker-based learning experience

Jonathan D. Cohen, Julia Huprich, W. Monty Jones, Shaunna Smith

The purpose of this paper is to examine a cohort of educators’ perspectives of a semester-long maker-based university course.

Examining elementary school teachers’ integration of technology and enactment of TPACK in mathematics

Angela Urbina, Drew Polly

The purpose of this paper is to examine how elementary school teachers integrated technology into their mathematics teaching in classroom settings that were one-to-one…



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