Research Leadership Learning Podcast
Welcome to the Research Leadership Learning Podcast from Dowling College's Research Leadership Learning Center.
On this podcast we explore many fields of knowledge related to leadership in social agencies, bringing you conversations with teachers, principals, superintendents and others working in and around the Long Island region, including Dowling faculty and Dowling doctoral candidates. By sharing research and knowledge from the field, we hope to develop a profound human awareness among leaders of social agencies in Nassau and Suffolk Counties and beyond.
New Tech Ideas
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This dialog is intended to analyze how to accept new ideas within educational institutions with a focus on technology.
- Debra Nicosia (Host/Interviewer)
- Wilhelm Louis (Interviewee)
- Claude Stuart (Interviewee)
- An, Y., & Reigeluth, C. (2012). Creating technology-enhanced, learner-centered classrooms: K-12 teachers ‘ beliefs, perceptions, barriers, and support needs. Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education, 28(2), 58-62.
- Barker, J. (2010). The new business of paradigms. Star Thrower Distribution Corp.
- Keism, E., & Agaoglu, E. (2007). A paradigm shift in distant education: web 2.0 and social software. Turkish Online Journal of Distant Education, 8 (3), 66-75.
- Monzua, C. ( 2002). Learning to teach with new technology:implications for professional development. Journal of Research on Technology in Education.
- Venn, G., & Ohio State University (1976). Seeking an Administrative Commitment to Innovation.
- Wepnet, S.B.& Tao, L (2004). From master teacher to master novice: shifting responsibilities in technology infused classroom. The Reading Teacher 55, 642-651.
- Wilson, B. G. (2002). Trends and Futures of Education: Implications for Distance Education. Quarterly Review Of Distance Education, 3(1), 91-103.
- Wang, Y., & Patterson, J. (2006). Learning to See Differently: Viewing Technology Diffusion in Teacher Education through the Lens of Organizational Change. Journal Of Educational Technology Systems, 34(1), 69-82.