At the 2019 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) in Toronto, Canada, RLDL lab members were engaged in various programs and presentations. Our members had eight presentations:
Bloom’s digital taxonomy scale: A validation study
Vongkulluksn, V., Lu, L., & Xie, K., Paper Session in SIG-Instructional Technology.
Revisiting teacher beliefs about technology integration: expectancy-value perspectives
Cheng, S.L., Lu, L. & Xie, K., & Vongkulluksn, V., Paper Session in SIG-Technology as an Agent of Change in Teaching and Learning.
Teachers’ value beliefs profiles: antecedents and associations with technology integration practices
Vongkulluksn, V., Hawk, N.A., & Xie, K., Paper Session in SIG-Technology as an Agent of Change in Teaching and Learning.
The implementation of student trackers for desire2learn and canvas lmss for learning analytics for engagement
Chen, S.B. & Xie, K., Paper Session in SIG-Design and Technology.
Preparing college students for online learning: design to improve motivation and self-regulation
Lu, L., Jiang, Z. & Xie, K., Roundtable Session in SIG-Design and Technology.
Examining learning engagement in context using experience-sampling method
Xie, K., Vongkulluksn, V., & Heddy, B.C., Symposium Session in Division C Learning and Instruction.
PD exposure and teachers’ use of instructional technology: The mediating role of teacher beliefs
Bowman, M., Vongkulluksn, V., & Xie, K., Poster Session in Division K Teaching and Teacher Education.
Individual and contextual factors influence on technology use for cognitive tasks across content areas
Hawk, N.A., Vongkulluksn, V., & Xie, K., Poster Session in SIG-Instructional Technology.
Best Paper Awards
Nathan Hawk won the Best Paper Award from the Special Interest Group-Technology as an Agent of Change in Teaching and Learning (SIG-TACTL). Sheng-Lun Cheng won a Richard C. Anderson Graduate Student Research Award from the National Consortium for Instruction and Cognition (NCIC).
Our lab director Dr. Kui Xie served as a co-chair for Division C New Faculty Mentoring Program and as a mentor for SIG-Design and Technology. He served as the discussant for two paper sessions. He also served as a panelist in the SIG-Design and Technology business meeting. In addition, he was elected as the chair for Special Interest Group-Instructional Technology. Nathan Hawk also served as a chair for a paper session.