Copies of Publications

[For access to manuscripts “in press” or “in review,” please go to the private publications page]

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Mann, D., Reardon, R.M. Becker, J.D., Shakeshaft, C., Bacon, N.  (2011)  Immersive, interactive, web-enabled computer simulation as a trigger for learning: The Next Generation of Problem-based Learning in Educational Leadership. Journal of Research on Leadership Education, 6(5), pp. 272-87.
Immersive, interactive, web-enabled computer simulation as a trigger for learning: The Next Generation of P…
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Becker, J.D., Stewart, M., & Green, J. (2010). Here, there & everywhere: A Review of DIYU. in education [On-line serial], 16 (1). URL http://www.ineducation.ca/article/here-there-everywhere-review-diy-u

Here, There & Everywhere_ a Review of DIY U _ in Education

 

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Becker, J.D.  (2008). The Digital Horserace:  An Analysis of differences in student computer use across the states and across the years.  Journal of Educational Computing Research, 39(3), pp. 285-312.

THE DIGITAL HORSERACE: AN ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENCES IN STUDENT COMPUTER USE ACROSS THE STATES AND ACROSS THE YEARS

 

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Becker, J.D. (2007).  Mind the gaps:  Exploring the use of technology to facilitate parental involvement, particularly for historically underserved populations. Journal of School Public Relations, 28(2), pp. 57-82.

Mind the Gaps: Exploring the Use of Technology to Facilitate Parental Involvement, Particularly for Historically Underserved Populations

 

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Becker, J. D. (2006). Digital equity in education: A Multilevel examination of differences in and relationships between computer access, computer use and state-level technology policies. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 15(3). Retrieved [date] from http://epaa.asu.edu/epaa/v15n3/.

Digital Equity in Education: A Multilevel Examination of Differences in and Relationships between Computer Access, Computer Use and State-level Technology Policies

 

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Becker, J.D. (2004).  Thinking outside the (bricks-and-mortar) box(es):  Using cyberspace technology to reconceptualize schooling and community in the face of resegregation.  Journal of School Public Relations, 25(2), pp. 177-202.

Thinking Outside the (Bricks-and-Mortar) Box(es): Using Cyberspace Technology to Reconceptualize Schooling and Community in the Face of Resegregation

 

Books / Book Chapters / Monographs / Electronic Resources

Becker, J.D., Hodge, C.A., Sepelyak, M.W.  (2010). Assessing technology literacy: The Case for an authentic, project-based learning approach. Olympia, WA: Generation YES. http://www.genyes.org/media/freeresources/assessing_tech_literacy_whitepaper.pdf

Assessing Tech Literacy Whitepaper

 

WEST VIRGINIA STORY

September 29th, 2010 by Jon Becker