Eric.ed.gov – Annual Proceedings of Selected Papers on the Practice of Educational Communications and Technology Presented at the Annual Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (39th, Las Vegas, Nevada, 2016). Volume 2

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For the thirty-ninth time, the Research and Theory Division of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) is sponsoring the publication of these Proceedings. Papers published in this volume were presented at the annual AECT Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Proceedings of AECT’s Convention are published in two volumes. Volume 1 contains 24 papers dealing primarily with research and development topics. Fifteen papers dealing with the practice of educational communications and technology are contained in Volume 2. The 15 papers included in Volume 2 are: (1) Teaching Strategy for the Development of Creative Thinking of Future Educators of Mexico, through ICT (Clotilde Lomeli Agruel, Aidee Espinosa Pulido, Julieta López Zamora, and Francisco Javier Arriaga Reynaga); (2) Designing a Graduate Supervision MOOC for Faculty Development (Hawazen Alharbi and Michele Jacobsen); (3) Game On: Creatively Using Gaming to Teach the Informed Consent Process to Clinical Research Professionals (Jasmin Berrios); (4) Inquiry Based Learning as an Instructional Strategy to Increase Student Achievement in Math and Science (Reza Chowdhury); (5) Exploring the Implications of Mobile Technology Integration within Higher Education Professional Development (Jeanna R. Cronk); (6) A Rationale for Revising Bloom’s [Revised] Taxonomy (Afnan N. Darwazeh); (7) Children Have Rights Too Except When They Don’t (Suzanne Ensmann and Lenora Jean Justice); (8) Faculty Development for Online Instruction in Higher Education (Rhonda Gregory and Trey Martindale); (9) Understanding the Use of Tablet Devices in the Classroom When Teaching a Group of Learners Diagnosed with Autism (Andrea Lynn Halabi and Ana-Paula Correia); (10) The Use of Digital Storytelling in Teacher Education (Omer Faruk Islim and Pelin Yuksel Arslan); (11) Creative Solutions for Preventing Cyberbullying: Everyone Deserves to Feel Safe in School (Lenora Jean Justice); (12) Creating Ways to Include LGBTQ Students: Everyone Deserves an Education (Lenora Jean Justice); (13) Using a Video Conferencing Tool in a Face-to-Face Class to Promote Engagement (Miguel Lara and Troy Challenger); (14) Trends and Issues in Instructional Technology and School Library Media Educator Preparation Programs: A Roundtable Discussion (Kelly Paynter and Jimmy Barnes); and (15) The Added Value of Conducting Learning Design Meeting to the Online Course Development Process (Denise Shaver). (Individual papers contain references.) [For Volume 1, see ED579661.]

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