Video perspectivity meets wild and crazy teens: a design ethnography (Ricki Goldman)

Goldman, R. (2004). Video perspectivity meets wild and crazy teens: a design ethnography. Cambridge Journal of Education, 34(2), 157-178. In this article, Goldman describes a digital video design ethnography of the introduction of a perspectivity meme into a classroom. Digital video technology was used to spread the perspectivity meme. ORION, a digital video analysis tool, … Continue reading

New Media Communications Forums for Improving Education Research and Practice (Pea)

*Roy Pea., “New Media Communications Forums for Improving Education research and Practice,” In E. Condliff Lagemann and L.S. Shulman ( Eds.) Issues In Education Research. Pea discusses how “emerging interactive forms of publication” could positively impact the current ways “education research is conceived, conducted, authored, and critically responded to by its audiences.”