Jeffrey P. Carpenter
Jeffrey P. Carpenter
Professor of Education, Elon University
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How and Why Educators Use Twitter: A Survey of the Field
JP Carpenter, DG Krutka
Journal of Research on Technology in Education 46 (4), 414-434, 2014
“Together we are better”: Professional learning networks for teachers
T Trust, DG Krutka, JP Carpenter
Computers & education 102, 15-34, 2016
Engagement through microblogging: educator professional development via twitter.
JP Carpenter, DG Krutka
Professional Development in Education 41 (4), 707-728, 2015
Preservice teachers’ microblogging: Professional development via Twitter
J Carpenter
Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education 15 (2), 209-234, 2015
How and why are educators using Instagram?
JP Carpenter, SA Morrison, M Craft, M Lee
Teaching and teacher education 96, 103149, 2020
Moving beyond silos: professional learning networks in higher education
T Trust, JP Carpenter, DG Krutka
The Internet and Higher Education 35, 1-11, 2017
Participatory learning through social media: How and why social studies educators use Twitter
DG Krutka, JP Carpenter
Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education 16 (1), 2016
Enriching Professional Learning Networks: A Framework for Identification, Reflection, and Intention
DG Krutka, JP Carpenter, T Trust
TechTrends 61 (3), 246-252, 2017
Uso de Twitter en Educación Superior en España y Estados Unidos= Using Twitter in Higher Education in Spain and the USA.
G Tur, VI Marín, J Carpenter
Uso de Twitter en Educación Superior en España y Estados Unidos= Using …, 2017
# RemoteTeaching &# RemoteLearning: Educator tweeting during the COVID-19 pandemic
JP Carpenter, DG Krutka, R Kimmons
Journal of Technology and Teacher Education 28 (2), 151-159, 2020
Why Social Media Must Have a Place in Schools
DG Krutka, JP Carpenter
Kappa Delta Pi Record 51 (1), 6-10, 2016
Edcamp unconferences: Educators' perspectives on an untraditional professional learning experience
JP Carpenter, JN Linton
Teaching and Teacher Education 57, 97-108, 2016
Mobile instant messaging for professional learning: Educators' perspectives on and uses of Voxer
JP Carpenter, TD Green
Teaching and Teacher Education 68, 53-67, 2017
What do US and Spanish pre-service teachers think about educational and professional use of Twitter? A comparative study
JP Carpenter, G Tur, VI Marín
Teaching and Teacher Education 60, 131-143, 2016
Unconference professional development: Edcamp participant perceptions and motivations for attendance
JP Carpenter
Professional Development in Education 42 (1), 78-89, 2015
Teacher identity and crossing the professional-personal divide on Twitter
JP Carpenter, R Kimmons, CR Short, K Clements, MKE Staples
Teaching and teacher education 81, 1-12, 2019
“There's no referee on social media”: Challenges in educator professional social media use
JP Carpenter, S Harvey
Teaching and Teacher Education 86, 102904, 2019
Preparing students to take responsibility for learning: The role of non-curricular learning strategies
JP Carpenter, JS Pease
Journal of Curriculum and Instruction 7 (2), 38-55, 2013
Elements of engagement: A model of teacher interactions via professional learning networks
DG Krutka, JP Carpenter, T Trust
Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education 32 (4), 150-158, 2016
Exploring the landscape of educator professional activity on Twitter: An analysis of 16 education-related Twitter hashtags
J Carpenter, T Tani, S Morrison, J Keane
Professional Development in Education, 1-22, 2020
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