Peter E. Doolittle
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Constructivism: The career and technical education perspective.
PE Doolittle, WG Camp
Journal of vocational and technical education 16 (1), 23-46, 1999
Vygotsky's Zone of Proximal Development as a Theoretical Foundation for Cooperative Learning.
PE Doolittle
Journal on Excellence in College Teaching 8 (1), 83-103, 1997
Constructivism as a theoretical foundation for the use of technology in social studies
PE Doolittle, D Hicks
Theory & Research in Social Education 31 (1), 72-104, 2003
Constructivism and online education
PE Doolittle
Reciprocal teaching for reading comprehension in higher education: A strategy for fostering the deeper understanding of texts
PE Doolittle, D Hicks, CF Triplett, WD Nichols, CA Young
International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 17 (2 …, 2006
Complex constructivism: A theoretical model of complexity and cognition.
PE Doolittle
International Journal of teaching and learning in higher education 26 (3 …, 2014
Unregulated use of laptops over time in large lecture classes
ED Ragan, SR Jennings, JD Massey, PE Doolittle
Computers & Education 78, 78-86, 2014
Teacher portfolio assessment
P Doolittle
Practical Assessment, Research, and Evaluation 4 (1), 1, 1994
Social studies teachers' use of classroom-based and web-based historical primary sources
D Hicks, P Doolittle, JK Lee
Theory & Research in Social Education 32 (2), 213-247, 2004
Multimedia learning and individual differences: Mediating the effects of working memory capacity with segmentation
DL Lusk, AD Evans, TR Jeffrey, KR Palmer, CS Wikstrom, PE Doolittle
British Journal of Educational Technology 40 (4), 636-651, 2009
Multimedia learning: Empirical results and practical applications
PE Doolittle
The proceedings of the Irish Educational Technology Users' Conference, 1-4, 2002
Social studies and history teachers’ uses of non-digital and digital historical resources
JK Lee, PE Doolittle
Social Studies Research and Practice 1 (3), 291-311, 2006
The SCIM-C strategy: Expert historians, historical inquiry, and multimedia
D Hicks, PE Doolittle, ET Ewing
Social Education 68 (3), 221-226, 2004
Working memory capacity and mobile multimedia learning environments: Individual differences in learning while mobile
PE Doolittle, GIJ MaRIanO
Journal of educational multimedia and hypermedia 17 (4), 511-530, 2008
Recommended Syllabus Components: What Do Higher Education Faculty Include in Their Syllabi?.
PE Doolittle, RA Siudzinski
Journal on Excellence in College Teaching 21 (3), 29-61, 2010
The need to leverage theory in the development of guidelines for using technology in social studies teacher preparation: A reply to Crocco and Mason et al
PE Doolittle
Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education 1 (4), 501-516, 2001
Effects of degree of segmentation and learner disposition on multimedia learning
PE Doolittle, LH Bryant, JR Chittum
British Journal of Educational Technology 46 (6), 1333-1343, 2015
Fostering analysis in historical inquiry through multimedia embedded scaffolding
D Hicks, PE Doolittle
Theory & Research in Social Education 36 (3), 206-232, 2008
Improved academic performance and student perceptions of learning through use of a cell phone‐based personal response system
S Ma, DG Steger, PE Doolittle, AC Stewart
Journal of Food Science Education 17 (1), 27-32, 2018
Fostering self-efficacy through time management in an online learning environment
KP Terry, PE Doolittle
Journal of Interactive Online Learning 7 (3), 195-207, 2008
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