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How to Help Teachers Use Technology in the Classroom
The 5J Approach

By Mary Burns / September 2010

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  • Thu, 18 Feb 2016
    Post by Ashmita

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    Post by Mark Gill

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  • Fri, 05 Feb 2016
    Post by Alvina Aguerin

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  • Mon, 24 Nov 2014
    Post by eLearn Editor

    Hi Astrid,

    Thanks for reading and reaching out. Here is the reference. You should be able to find the study on ERIC:

    Dimock, K.V., Burns, M., Heath, M. & Burniske, J. (2001). Applying technology to restructuring learning: How teachers use computers in technology assisted constructivist learning environments. Austin, TX: SEDL.

  • Tue, 07 Oct 2014
    Post by Astrid

    Dear Mary,

    You mention: "The approach was used successfully with 150 teachers in five states to help them integrate technology into instruction and assessment. Almost all these teachers were successful in this endeavorthe number of teachers who moved from "low constructivist" to "high constructivist" use tripled after two years (Dimock, et al., 2000)."

    I cannot find this reference in your list of references. The article that I did find (from 2001) does not contain this information.

    I would like to read about this study. Can you give the reference?

    Have a nice day, Astrid