Richard E. Ferdig
Richard E. Ferdig
Summit Professor of Learning Technologies, Kent State University
Verified email at kent.edu - Homepage
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Content Delivery in the" Blogosphere"
RE Ferdig, KD Trammell
The journal 31 (7), 2004
6552004
The intersection of online social networking with medical professionalism
LA Thompson, K Dawson, R Ferdig, EW Black, J Boyer, J Coutts, ...
Journal of general internal medicine 23 (7), 954-957, 2008
4682008
Best practices in teaching K-12 online: Lessons learned from Michigan Virtual School teachers
M DiPietro, RE Ferdig, EW Black, M Preston
Journal of interactive online learning 7 (1), 10-35, 2008
3322008
Examining social software in teacher education
RE Ferdig
Journal of Technology and teacher education 15 (1), 5-10, 2007
2582007
Assessing technologies for teaching and learning: understanding the importance of technological pedagogical content knowledge
RE Ferdig
British journal of educational technology 37 (5), 749-760, 2006
2572006
The use of virtual patients to teach medical students history taking and communication skills
A Stevens, J Hernandez, K Johnsen, R Dickerson, A Raij, C Harrison, ...
The American Journal of Surgery 191 (6), 806-811, 2006
2262006
Virtual schooling standards and best practices for teacher education
RE Ferdig, C Cavanaugh, M DiPietro, EW Black, K Dawson
Journal of Technology and Teacher Education 17 (4), 479-503, 2009
1722009
Technology and reading performance in the middle-school grades: A meta-analysis with recommendations for policy and practice
J Moran, RE Ferdig, PD Pearson, J Wardrop, RL Blomeyer Jr
Journal of Literacy Research 40 (1), 6-58, 2008
1182008
Student uptake in electronic discussions: Examining online discourse in literacy preservice classrooms
RE Ferdig, LR Roehler
Journal of Research on Technology in Education 36 (2), 119-136, 2003
1022003
The Effects of Technology on Reading Performance in the Middle-School Grades: A Meta-Analysis With Recommendations for Policy.
PD Pearson, RE Ferdig, RL Blomeyer Jr, J Moran
Learning Point Associates/North Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL), 2005
922005
Computer use and mathematical literacy: An analysis of existing and potential relationships
E Papanastasiou, RE Ferdig
Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching 25 (4), 361-371, 2006
892006
Applying virtual reality in medical communication education: current findings and potential teaching and learning benefits of immersive virtual patients
B Lok, RE Ferdig, A Raij, K Johnsen, R Dickerson, J Coutts, A Stevens, ...
Virtual Reality 10 (3-4), 185-195, 2006
842006
Towards a framework for understanding electronic educational gaming
M Dipietro, RE Ferdig, J Boyer, EW Black
Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia 16 (3), 225-248, 2007
832007
Handbook of research on effective electronic gaming in education
RE Ferdig
IGI global, 2008
792008
Online education: Issues and research questions
C Maddux, D Sprague, R Ferdig, P Albion
Journal of Technology and Teacher Education 15 (2), 157-166, 2007
772007
Collaborative blogging as a means to develop elementary expository writing skills
W Drexler, K Dawson, RE Ferdig
Electronic Journal for the Integration of Technology in Education 6 (160), 140, 2007
732007
Effects of a father-based in-home intervention on perceived stress and family dynamics in parents of children with autism
RM Bendixen, JH Elder, S Donaldson, JA Kairalla, G Valcante, RE Ferdig
American Journal of Occupational Therapy 65 (6), 679-687, 2011
692011
An overview of evaluative instrumentation for virtual high schools
EW Black, RE Ferdig, M DiPietro
The Amer. Jrnl. of Distance Education 22 (1), 24-45, 2008
592008
Innovative technologies for multicultural education needs
RE Ferdig, J Coutts, J DiPietro, B Lok, N Davis
Multicultural Education & Technology Journal, 2007
582007
Emotional responses to computers: Experiences in unfairness, anger, and spite
RE Ferdig, P Mishra
Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia 13 (2), 143-161, 2004
572004
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