Laurie Brantley-Dias
Laurie Brantley-Dias
Professor of Instructional Technology, Kennesaw State University
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Goldilocks and TPACK: Is the construct ‘just right?’
L Brantley-Dias, PA Ertmer
Journal of Research on Technology in Education 46 (2), 103-128, 2013
Integrating technology
LB Dias
Learning and leading with technology 27, 10-13, 1999
Using video editing to cultivate novice teachers’ practice
B Calandra, L Brantley-Dias, JK Lee, DL Fox
Journal of research on technology in education 42 (1), 73-94, 2009
Using digital video for professional development in urban schools: A preservice teacher’s experience with reflection
B Calandra, L Brantley-Dias, M Dias
Journal of Computing in Teacher Education 22 (4), 137-145, 2006
TPACK: Where do we go now?
D Polly, L Brantley-Dias
TechTrends 53 (5), 46, 2009
Technology integration: Best practices-Where do teachers stand
LB Dias, S Atkinson
International electronic journal for leadership in learning 5 (10), 1-13, 2001
Practicing what we teach: A self-study in implementing an inquiry-based curriculum in a middle grades classroom
M Dias, CJ Eick, L Brantley-Dias
Journal of Science Teacher Education 22 (1), 53-78, 2011
Development of pedagogical technology integration content knowledge in preparing mathematics preservice teachers: The role of instructional case analyses and reflection
W Kinuthia, L BrantLey-Dias, PAJ Clarke
Journal of Technology and Teacher Education 18 (4), 645-669, 2010
Developing pedagogical technology integration content knowledge in preservice teachers: A case study approach
L Brantley-Dias, W Kinuthia, MB Shoffner, C de Castro, NJ Rigole
Journal of Computing in Teacher Education 23 (4), 143-150, 2007
Retaining K-12 online teachers: A predictive model for K-12 online teacher turnover
I Larkin, A Lokey-Vega, L Brantley-Dias
Journal of Online Learning Research 4 (1), 53-85, 2018
Setting the standard for project based learning: a proven approach to rigorous classroom instruction
M Dias, L Brantley-Dias
Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-Based Learning 11 (2), 2017
A model for collaborative relationships between instructional technology and teacher education programs
MB Shoffner, LB Dias, CD Thomas
Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education 1 (3), 395-411, 2001
Using digital video editing to shape novice teachers: A generative process for nurturing professional growth
B Calandra, L Brantley-Dias
Educational Technology, 13-17, 2010
Promoting preservice teachers’ reflective practice through digital video and critical incident analysis in secondary English education
DL Fox, L Brantley-Dias, B Calandra
57th National Reading Conference, Austin, TX, 2007
Addressing student engagement during COVID-19: Secondary STEM teachers attend to the affective dimension of learner needs
TA Roman, L Brantley-Dias, M Dias, B Edwards
Journal of Research on Technology in Education 54 (sup1), S65-S93, 2022
The role of digital video and critical incident analysis in learning to teach science
L Brantley-Dias, M Dias, J Frisch, G Rushton
Proceedings of the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, 2008
An electronic system to support novice teachers' reflective lesson design
B Calandra, L Brantley‐Dias, K McNeal
Multicultural Education & Technology Journal 1 (2), 100-111, 2007
La Integración de las Tecnologías de la Información y las Comunicaciones al Currículo Regular
LB Días
Leading and Learning with Technology 27, 2006
Best practices of technology integrating teachers: Pictures of practice from four elementary classrooms
LB Dias
Georgia State University, 2000
A new lens for supporting and studying science teacher reflections: situating the self in the [activity] system
B Criswell, B Calandra, A Puvirajah, L Brantley-Dias
Cultural Studies of Science Education 10, 891-919, 2015
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