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This study examines the perceptions of preservice teachers before and after using a set of video games as teaching and learning tools. Findings indicated that although a majority agreed that video games can support many specific teaching and learning tasks, many remain skeptical of their value in classroom settings, with many of those participants also doubting their ability to successfully integrate video games into their teaching.
Updated: Oct. 07, 2015
This research examined the change in the perceptions of preservice teachers regarding the use of digital mini-games to support middle school level social studies learning. The results revealed that the participants' perceptions were positively modified by participation in a series of digital mini-games. Results also indicated that the majority of preservice teachers agreed that digital games do have the potential for promoting learning in an educational setting.
Updated: Jun. 13, 2010
Researchers examined 21 teachers teacher blogs, to determine if they included reflection blogs. Results indicated that all language arts teachers in the study used their blogs as reflective journals and that the depth of reflection occurring in the blogs varied from casual reflection.
Updated: Nov. 26, 2008