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Jody Clarke-Midura
Jody Clarke-Midura
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A multi‐user virtual environment for building and assessing higher order inquiry skills in science
DJ Ketelhut, BC Nelson, J Clarke, C Dede
British Journal of Educational Technology 41 (1), 56-68, 2010
4552010
Design-based research strategies for studying situated learning in a multi-user virtual environment
C Dede, B Nelson, DJ Ketelhut, J Clarke, C Bowman
Proceedings of the sixth international conference on the learning sciences …, 2004
3072004
Multi-user virtual environments for teaching and learning
E Dieterle
Encyclopedia of Multimedia Technology and Networking, Second Edition, 1033-1041, 2009
2792009
Assessment, technology, and change
J Clarke-Midura, C Dede
Journal of Research on Technology in Education 42 (3), 309-328, 2010
2332010
Design for scalability: A case study of the River City curriculum
J Clarke, C Dede
Journal of Science Education and Technology 18 (4), 353-365, 2009
2162009
Design-based research strategies for developing a scientific inquiry curriculum in a multi-user virtual environment
B Nelson, DJ Ketelhut, J Clarke, C Bowman, C Dede
Educational Technology, 21-28, 2005
1942005
Studying situated learning in a multiuser virtual environment
DJ Ketelhut, C Dede, J Clarke, B Nelson, C Bowman
Assessment of problem solving using simulations, 37-58, 2017
1742017
A design-based research strategy to promote scalability for educational innovations
J Clarke, C Dede, DJ Ketelhut, B Nelson
Educational Technology 46 (3), 27-36, 2006
1702006
Students’ motivation and learning of science in a multi-user virtual environment
C Dede, J Clarke, DJ Ketelhut, B Nelson, C Bowman
American Educational Research Association Conference, Montreal, Canada, 1-8, 2005
1342005
Fostering motivation, learning, and transfer in multi-user virtual environments
C Dede, J Clarke-Midura, DJ Ketelhut, B Nelson, C Bowman
American Educational Research Association (AERA), 2005
1092005
Making learning meaningful: An exploratory study of using multi-user environments (MUVEs) in middle school science
J Clarke, C Dede
American Educational Research Association Conference, Montreal, Canada, 2005
892005
Technology-enabled and universally designed assessment: Considering access in measuring the achievement of students with disabilities—A foundation for research
P Almond, P Winter, R Cameto, M Russell, E Sato, J Clarke-Midura, ...
The Journal of Technology, Learning and Assessment 10 (5), 2010
862010
Technology-Based Assessments for 21st Century Skills: Theoretical and Practical Implications from Modern
MC Mayrath, J Clarke-Midura, DH Robinson
Information Age Publishing: Charlotte, NC, USA, 2012
792012
Emerging technologies for collaborative, mediated, immersive learning
J Clarke, C Dede, E Dieterle
International handbook of information technology in primary and secondary …, 2008
722008
How design features in digital math games support learning and mathematics connections
PS Moyer-Packenham, CW Lommatsch, K Litster, J Ashby, EK Bullock, ...
Computers in Human Behavior 91, 316-332, 2019
572019
Towards general models of effective science inquiry in virtual performance assessments
RS Baker, J Clarke‐Midura, J Ocumpaugh
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 32 (3), 267-280, 2016
512016
Thinking outside the bubble: virtual performance assessments for measuring inquiry learning
J Clarke-Midura, M Mayrath, C Dede
Springer-Verlag, 2012
502012
Better learning in games: A balanced design lens for a new generation of learning games
J Groff, J Clarke-Midura, VE Owen, L Rosenheck, M Beall
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015
482015
An emerging technology report on computational toys in early childhood
M Hamilton, J Clarke-Midura, JF Shumway, VR Lee
Technology, Knowledge and Learning 25 (1), 213-224, 2020
422020
How near peer mentoring affects middle school mentees
J Clarke-Midura, F Poole, K Pantic, M Hamilton, C Sun, V Allan
Proceedings of the 49th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science …, 2018
422018
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