Handbook of Research on Diverse Teaching Strategies for the Technology-Rich Classroom

Handbook of Research on Diverse Teaching Strategies for the Technology-Rich Classroom

Lawrence A. Tomei (Robert Morris University, USA) and David D. Carbonara (Duquesne University, USA)
Release Date: July, 2019|Copyright: © 2020 |Pages: 426
ISBN13: 9781799802389|ISBN10: 1799802388|EISBN13: 9781799802402|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-0238-9


Due to advancing technologies and an evolving professional world, various strategies for preparing and engaging students are necessary for sufficient professional development. Methods that integrate technologies and skillsets related to technologies are becoming more prevalent and essential for success beyond the classroom.

The Handbook of Research on Diverse Teaching Strategies for the Technology-Rich Classroom is an essential research publication that explores diverse teaching strategies and their applications to enhance and improve the design of curricula, the development of materials, and the assessment of students’ knowledge and skills. Featuring a wide range of topics such as distance learning, social media, and management education, this book is ideal for educators, principals, academicians, curriculum designers, administrators, and researchers.

Topics Covered

The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Cloud Computing
  • Distance Learning
  • E-Textbooks
  • Higher Education
  • K-12 Education
  • Learning Outcomes
  • Library Science
  • Management Education
  • Social Media
  • Student Engagement
  • Technology Adoption

Table of Contents and List of Contributors

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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

Lawrence A. Tomei is Associate Provost for Academic Affairs and a professor in education at Robert Morris University. Born in Akron, Ohio, he earned a BSBA from the University of Akron (1972) and entered the US Air Force, serving until his retirement as a Lieutenant Colonel in 1994. Dr. Tomei completed his MPA and MEd at the University of Oklahoma (1975, 1978) and EdD from USC (1983). His articles and books on instructional technology include: Professional Portfolios for Teachers (1999), Teaching Digitally: Integrating Technology Into the Classroom (2001), Technology Facade (2002), Challenges of Teaching with Technology Across the Curriculum (2003), and Taxonomy for the Technology Domain (2005).
David D. Carbonara is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Education and Director of the Program in Instructional Technology at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA. He earned his doctoral degree in Science Education with a minor in Educational Research and Methodology from the University of Pittsburgh. He teaches undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral courses in instructional technology. His recent research agenda includes instructional technology for pre-service teachers, management of instructional technology for technology coaches, and leadership strategies for instructional technology leaders. He is leading the development of robotics in online curriculum. He has authored over 65 peer-reviewed papers for publication and presentation at national and international conferences. His book, Technology Literacy in Learning Environments continues to sell well and is located in research libraries. He is the current Editor-In-Chief of the International Journal of Information Communication and Technology Education.