Tag Archive: Research Articles

Jul 10

Mentoring: Lost in Translation

This post is part of a series examining research and theory on mentoring and coaching from the perspective of mentoring school videoconference coordinators. Article Reference Orland-Barak, L. (2005). Lost in translation: Mentors learning to participate in competing discourses of practice. Journal of Teacher Education, 56(4), 355-366. Summary This article focuses on the “competing discourses of …

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Jul 09

Mentoring: Sharing Teacher Knowledge of Technology

This post is part of a series examining research and theory on mentoring and coaching from the perspective of mentoring school videoconference coordinators. Article Reference Margerum-Leys, J., & Marx, R. W. (2004). The nature and sharing of teacher knowledge of technology in a student teacher/mentor teacher pair. Journal of Teacher Education, 55(5), 421-437. Summary This …

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Jul 08

Mentoring: The Leader as Mentor

This post is part of a series examining research and theory on mentoring and coaching from the perspective of mentoring school videoconference coordinators. Article Reference Gibson, J. W., Tesone, D. V., & Buchalski, R. M. (2000). The leader as mentor. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 7(3), 56-67. Summary/Interesting Notes Leaders nowadays are “coaches, facilitators, …

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Jul 07

Mentoring: Learning to Teach (with Technology?)

This post is part of a series examining research and theory on mentoring and coaching from the perspective of mentoring school videoconference coordinators. Article Reference Fairbanks, C. M., Freedman, D., & Kahn, C. (2000). The role of effective mentors in learning to teach. Journal of Teacher Education, 51(2), 102-112. Note: This article is specifically about …

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Jul 06

Mentoring: Student Technology Mentors

This post is part of a series examining research and theory on mentoring and coaching from the perspective of mentoring school videoconference coordinators. Article Reference Butler, T., & Chao, T. (2001). Partners for change: Students as effective technology mentors. Active Learning in Higher Education, 2(2), 101-113. Note: This article described using university students as technology …

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Jul 02

Mentoring: Effectiveness for Mentors

This post is part of a series examining research and theory on mentoring and coaching from the perspective of mentoring school videoconference coordinators. Article Reference Allen, T. D., & Eby, L. T. (2003). Relationship effectiveness for mentors: Factors associated with learning and quality. Journal of Management, 29(4), 469-486. Summary This study examined the mentor relationship …

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Jul 01

Mentoring: What's a Mentor, Anyway?

This post is part of a series examining research and theory on mentoring and coaching from the perspective of mentoring school videoconference coordinators. Why? It is my belief that the school videoconference coordinator is critical to the successful implementation of curriculum videoconferencing in the school. I also believe that it’s critical that the school videoconference …

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May 08

Marzano: Generating and Testing Hypotheses

This post is part of a series on integrating the McREL research on classroom instruction that works with videoconferencing. Setting Objections: Generalizations The generating and testing of hypotheses can be approached in an inductive or deductive manner. Teachers should ask students to clearly explain their hypotheses and their conclusions. Recommendations Use these to improve your …

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May 07

Marzano: Homework and Practice

This post is part of a series on integrating the McREL research on classroom instruction that works with videoconferencing. Homework: Generalizations The amount of homework assigned to students should be different from elementary to high school. Parental involvement in doing homework should be kept to a minimum. The purpose of homework should be identified and …

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May 06

Marzano: Identifying Similarities and Differences

This post is part of a series on integrating the McREL research on classroom instruction that works with videoconferencing. Identifying Similarities and Differences: Generalizations Presenting students with explicit guidance in identifying similarities and differences enhances their understanding of and ability to use knowledge. Asking students to independently identify similarities and differences enhances their understanding of …

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