Teaching in a Digital Age: How Educators Use Technology to Improve Student Learning. McKnight, K., O'Malley, K., Ruzic, R., Horsley, M. K., Franey, J. J., & Bassett, K. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 48(3):194–211, July, 2016.
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A successful digital conversion for classrooms, districts, and states is not determined by the technology, but by how technology enables teaching and learning. The purpose of our multisite case study was to document digital instructional strategies teachers use to enhance and transform student learning, and align that use with learning research. We conducted focus groups and interviews, and observed classrooms in seven exemplary schools across the United States. We surveyed teachers' familiarity, use, and comfort with technology as well. We document six common strategies used across the seven sites and identify five roles that technology plays in enhancing teaching and learning, and discuss how these strategies benefit teachers and learners. (Keywords: technology integration, digital instructional strategies)
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	title = {Teaching in a {Digital} {Age}: {How} {Educators} {Use} {Technology} to {Improve} {Student} {Learning}},
	volume = {48},
	issn = {1539-1523},
	shorttitle = {Teaching in a {Digital} {Age}},
	url = {https://doi.org/10.1080/15391523.2016.1175856},
	doi = {10.1080/15391523.2016.1175856},
	abstract = {A successful digital conversion for classrooms, districts, and states is not determined by the technology, but by how technology enables teaching and learning. The purpose of our multisite case study was to document digital instructional strategies teachers use to enhance and transform student learning, and align that use with learning research. We conducted focus groups and interviews, and observed classrooms in seven exemplary schools across the United States. We surveyed teachers' familiarity, use, and comfort with technology as well. We document six common strategies used across the seven sites and identify five roles that technology plays in enhancing teaching and learning, and discuss how these strategies benefit teachers and learners. (Keywords: technology integration, digital instructional strategies)},
	number = {3},
	urldate = {2018-08-28},
	journal = {Journal of Research on Technology in Education},
	author = {McKnight, Katherine and O'Malley, Kimberly and Ruzic, Roxanne and Horsley, Maria Kelly and Franey, John J. and Bassett, Katherine},
	month = jul,
	year = {2016},
	pages = {194--211},
}
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