APPENDIX D
Research on Learning in Technology and Engineering: A Selected Bibliography1

Technology

Angelides, D.C., A. Poulopoulos, I. Avgeris, and P. Haralampous. 2000. Case studies and information technology in civil engineering learning. Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice 126(3): 125–132.

Ankiewicz, P., and S. Van Rensburg. 2001. Assessing the attitudinal technology profile of South African learners: a pilot study. International Journal of Technology and Design Education 11(2): 93–109.

Autio, O. 2003. Decision-making process in technology education. Presented at the 66th International Technology Education Association Annual Conference: Teaching Decision Making in a Technological World, March 2003, Albquerque, New Mexico.

Barak, M., and Y. Doppelt. 1999. Integrating the Cognitive Research Trust (CoRT) Programme for creative thinking. Research in Science and Technological Education 17(2): 13–139.

Barak, M., and T. Maymon. 1998. Aspects of teamwork observed in a technological task in junior high schools. Journal of Technology Education 9(1): 4–18.

Barak, M., T. Maymon, and G. Harel. 1999. Teamwork in modern organizations: implications for technology education. International Journal of Technology and Design Education 9(1): 85–101.

Bhargava, A., A. Kirova-Petrova, and S. McNair. 1999. Computer, gender bias and young children. Information Technology in Childhood Education Annual 263– 274.

Birol, G., A.F. McKenna, H.D. Smith, T.D. Giorgio, and S.P. Brophy. 2002. Integration of the “How People Learn” Framework into Educational Module Development and Implementation in Biotechnology. Pp. 2640–2641 in Proceedings of the Second Joint EMBS/BMES Conference. Houston, Tex: CD ROM Omnipress.

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The references in this bibliography were identified in research commissioned by the Committee on Assessing Technological Literacy. They are provided here for readers who may wish to do additional reading. Due to time and funding constraints, the committee was unable to verify the accuracy of the citations.



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Tech Tally: Approaches to Assessing Technological Literacy APPENDIX D Research on Learning in Technology and Engineering: A Selected Bibliography1 Technology Angelides, D.C., A. Poulopoulos, I. Avgeris, and P. Haralampous. 2000. Case studies and information technology in civil engineering learning. Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice 126(3): 125–132. Ankiewicz, P., and S. Van Rensburg. 2001. Assessing the attitudinal technology profile of South African learners: a pilot study. International Journal of Technology and Design Education 11(2): 93–109. Autio, O. 2003. Decision-making process in technology education. Presented at the 66th International Technology Education Association Annual Conference: Teaching Decision Making in a Technological World, March 2003, Albquerque, New Mexico. Barak, M., and Y. Doppelt. 1999. Integrating the Cognitive Research Trust (CoRT) Programme for creative thinking. Research in Science and Technological Education 17(2): 13–139. Barak, M., and T. Maymon. 1998. Aspects of teamwork observed in a technological task in junior high schools. Journal of Technology Education 9(1): 4–18. Barak, M., T. Maymon, and G. Harel. 1999. Teamwork in modern organizations: implications for technology education. International Journal of Technology and Design Education 9(1): 85–101. Bhargava, A., A. Kirova-Petrova, and S. McNair. 1999. Computer, gender bias and young children. Information Technology in Childhood Education Annual 263– 274. Birol, G., A.F. McKenna, H.D. Smith, T.D. Giorgio, and S.P. Brophy. 2002. Integration of the “How People Learn” Framework into Educational Module Development and Implementation in Biotechnology. Pp. 2640–2641 in Proceedings of the Second Joint EMBS/BMES Conference. Houston, Tex: CD ROM Omnipress. 1 The references in this bibliography were identified in research commissioned by the Committee on Assessing Technological Literacy. They are provided here for readers who may wish to do additional reading. Due to time and funding constraints, the committee was unable to verify the accuracy of the citations.

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Tech Tally: Approaches to Assessing Technological Literacy Boser, R. 1993. The development of problem solving capabilities in pre-service technology teacher education. Journal of Technology Education 4(2). Available online at: http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/ejournals/JTE/v4n2/boser.jte-v4n2.html (January 2004). Bruer, J.T. 2003. Learning and Technology: A View from Cognitive Science. Pp. 159–172 in Technology Applications in Education: A Learning View, edited by H.F. O’Neil and R.S. Perez. Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Bryson, M., S. Petrina, M. Braundy, and S. de Castell. 2003. Conditions for success?: gender in technology-intensive courses in British Columbia secondary schools. Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education 3(2): 186–193. Burnam, B., and Y. Kafai. 2001. Ethics and the computer: children’s development of moral reasoning about computer and internet use. Journal of Educational Computing Research 25(2): 111–127. Cajas, F. 2002. The role of research in improving learning technological concepts and skills: the context of technological literacy. International Journal of Technology and Design Education 12(3): 175–188. Cash, J.R., M.B. Behrmann, R.W. Stadt, and H. McDaniels. 1996. Effectiveness of cognitive apprenticeship instructional methods in college automotive technology classrooms. Journal of Industrial Teacher Education 34(2): 29–49. Childress, V.W. 1996. Do integrating technology, science, and mathematics improve technological problem solving?: a quasi-experiment. Journal of Technology Education 8(1): 16–26. Cognition and Technology Group at Vanderbilt. 1997. The Jasper Project: Lessons in Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment, and Professional Development. Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Conner, D.A. 2003. Comments on “Undergraduate Education” editorial appearing in November 2002 issue [and reply]. Transactions on Education 46(1): 207. Coorden, L., and J. Vandenabeele. 2002. Public participation in decision-making on technology: a challenge for citizens and experts. Available online at: http://extranet.ufsia.ac.be/MTT/STEM/docs/326.pdf&e=7418 (January 2004). Cutler-Landsman, D. 1993. Bridging the Gender Gap with LEGO TC Logo. Pp. 91–99 in New Paradigms in Classroom Research on Logo Learning, edited by D. Watt and M. Watt. Eugene, Ore.: International Society for Technology in Education. Davidovic, A., J. Warren, and E. Trichina. 2003. Learning benefits of structural example-based adaptive tutoring systems. IEEE Transactions on Education 46(2): 241–251. Davis, R.S., I.S. Ginns, and C.J. McRobbie. 2002. Elementary school students’ understandings of technology concepts. Journal of Technology Education 14(1). Available online at: http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/ejournals/JTE/v14n1/davis.html (January 2004). Deal, W.F. 2001. Imagineering: designing robots imaginatively and creatively. The Technology Teacher 60(7): 17–25. DeMiranda, M.A., and J.E. Folkestad. 2000. Linking cognitive science theory and technology education practice: a powerful connection not fully realized. Journal of Industrial Teacher Education 37(4): 5–23. Driscoll, M.P. 2002. How People Learn (and What Technology Might Have to Do with It). Report No. RI89002001. Syracuse, N.Y.: ARC Professional Services Group (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED470032). Druin, A. 1999. The role of children in the design of new technology. Available online at: http://citeseer.nj.nec.com/correct/232002 (January 2004).

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Tech Tally: Approaches to Assessing Technological Literacy Druin, A., and C. Fast. 2002. The child as learner, critic, inventor, and technology design partner: an analysis of three years of Swedish student journals. International Journal of Technology and Design Education 12(3): 189–213. Druin, A., B. Bederson, A. Boltman, A. Miura, D. Knotts-Callahan, and M. Platt. 1999. Children as Our Technology Design Partners. Pp. 51–72 in The Design of Children’s Technology, edited by A. Druin. San Francisco, Calif.: Morgan Kaufmann. Duggan, A., B. Hess, D. Morgan, S. Kim, and K. Wilson. 2001. Measuring students’ attitudes toward educational use of the Internet. Journal of Educational Computing Research 25(4): 267–281. Eastman, C.M. 2001. New Directions in Design Cognition: Studies on Representation and Recall, in Design Knowing and Learning. Pp. 79–103 in Cognition in Design Education, edited by C.M. Eastman, W.M. McCracken, and W.C. Newstetter. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Press. Edelson, D.C. 2002. Design research: what we can learn when we engage in design. Journal of the Learning Science 11(1): 105–121. Ferguson, D. 2001. Technology in a constructivist classroom. Information Technology in Childhood Education Annual 45–55. Fleer, M. 2000. Working technologically: investigations into how young children design and make during technology education. International Journal of Technology and Design Education 10(1): 43–59. Fowler, C.J.H., and J.T. Mayers. 1999. Learning relationships: from theory to design. Association for Learning Technology Journal 7(3): 6–16. Frantom, C., K.E. Green, and E.R. Hoffman. 2002. Measure development: the Children’s Attitudes Toward Technology Scale (CATS). Journal of Educational Computing Research 26(3): 249–263. Ginns, I.S., S.J. Stein, and C.J. McRobbie. 2003. Female students’ learning in design and technology projects. Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics, and Technology 3(3): 304–321. Gray, J., H. Groves, and J.L. Kolodner. 2000. A Survival Guide: The Student Success Handbook for Learners in Project Based Science Environments. International Conference of the Learning Sciences 2000 (ICLS). Mahwah, N.J.: Erlbaum and Associates. Greene, P.J. 2000. Lego mindstorms: learning and leading with technology. Available online at: http://www.ed.uiuc.edu/courses/edpsy490az-sp96/k12-technology/Resnick-Ocko/ (January 2004). Gustafson, B.J., and P.M. Rowell. 1998. Elementary children’s technological problem solving: selecting an initial course of action. Research in Science and Technological Education 16(2): 13–151. Gustafson, B.J., and P.M. Rowell. 2001. Children’s ideas about strengthening structures. Research in Science and Technological Education 19(1): 111–123. Hennessy, S., and P. Murphy. 1999. The potential for collaborative problem solving in design and technology. International Journal of Technology and Design Education 9(1): 1–36. Hill, A.M. 1998. Problem solving in real-life contexts: an alternative for design in technology education. International Journal of Technology and Design Education 8(2): 203–220. Hill, A.M., and A. Anning. 2001. Comparisons and contrasts between elementary/ primary “school situated design” and “workplace design” in Canada and England. International Journal of Technology and Design Education 11(2): 111–136. Hill, R.B., and R.C. Wicklein. 1999. A factor analysis of primary mental processes for technological problem solving. Journal of Industrial Teacher Education 36(2): 83–100.

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Tech Tally: Approaches to Assessing Technological Literacy Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. 1996. Special Issue on the Application of Information Technologies to Engineering and Science Education 39(3). Available on 1 computer laser optical disc. New York: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Jacobson, M., and A. Archodidou. 2000. The design of hypermedia tools for learning: fostering conceptual change and transfer of complex scientific knowledge. Journal of the Learning Science 9(2): 145–199. Jarvinen, E. 1998. The Lego/Logo learning environment in technology education: an experiment in a Finnish context. Journal of Technology Education 9(2): 47–59. Jarvis, T., and L.J. Rennie. 1998. Factors that influence children’s developing perceptions of technology. International Journal of Technology and Design Education 8(3): 79–261. Jonassen, D.H., K.L. Peck, and B.G. Wilson. 1999a. Learning by Reflecting with Technology: Mindtools for Critical Thinking. Pp. 151–191 in Learning with Technology: A Constructivist Perspective. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall. Jonassen, D.H., K.L. Peck, and B.G. Wilson. 1999b. Learning by Visualizing with Technology. Pp. 51–84 in Learning with Technology: A Constructivist Perspective. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall. Jones, A. 1997. Recent research in learning technological concepts and processes. International Journal of Technology and Design Education 7(1-2): 83–96. Kadijevich, D. 2000. Gender differences in computer attitude among ninth-grade students. Journal of Educational Computing Research 22(2): 145–154. Khazanchi, D. 1994. Does pedagogy make a difference?: an experimental study of unethical behavior information systems. Journal of Computer Information System 35(1): 54–63. Koch, J., and M.D. Burghardt. 2002. Design technology in the elementary school: a study of teacher action research. Journal of Technology Education 13(2): 21–33. Kolodner, J. 1997. Educational implications of analogy: a view from case-based reasoning. American Psychologist 52(1): 57–66. Kolodner, J.L., and K. Nagel. 1999. The Design Discussion Area: A Collaborative Learning Tool in Support of Learning from Problem-Solving and Design Activities. Pp. 300–307 in Proceedings of CSCL ’99. Palo Alto, Calif.: Stanford University. Kolodner, J.L., D. Crismond, J. Gray, J. Holbrook, and S. Puntambekar. 1998. Learning by Design from Theory to Practice. Pp. 16–22 in Proceedings of International Conference of the Learning Sciences, edited by A. Bruckman, M. Guzdial, J. Kolodner, and A. Ram. Charlottesville, Va.: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. Lee, J.S., H. Cho, G. Gay, B. Davidson, and A. Ingraffea. 2003. Technology acceptance and social networking in distance learning. Educational Technology and Society 6(2): 50–61. Available online at: http://ifets.ieee.org/periodical/6-2/6.html (January 2004). Leung, C.F. 2000. Assessment for learning: using SOLO taxonomy to measure design performance of design and technology students. International Journal of Technology and Design Education 10(2): 149–161. Liu, X. 2000. Elementary school students’ logical reasoning on rolling. International Journal of Technology and Design Education 10(1): 3–20. Martin, B.L., and W. Wager. 1998. Introduction to special issue on integrating the cognitive and affective domains of learning. Educational Technology 38(6): 5–6. Matthews, D., and E. Geist. 2002. Technological applications to support children’s development of spatial awareness. Information Technology in Childhood Edu-cation Annual 321–336.

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