This the home of a collection of faculty scholarship and creative works from the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Arkansas Tech University.

If faculty members are interested in submitting publications here, please contact the site administrator at orc@atu.edu.

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Submissions from 2020

Assessing the effect of playing games on the behavior of ASD and TD children, Laila Saud Alkhayat and Mohamed Ibrahim

An investigation of effectiveness of project based learning on students' skills in engineering modeling and design, Muhammad Safeer Khan and Mohamed Ibrahim

Submissions from 2019

Measuring self-efficacy in engineering courses - Impact of learning style preferences, Muhammad Safeer Khan, Mohamed Ibrahim, and Nansong Wu

Submissions from 2018

Technology experiences of student interns in a one to one mobile program, Theresa A. Cullen and Tugra Karademir

Contextual Factors Influencing Access to Teaching Computational Thinking, Ugur Kale, Mete Akcaoglu, Theresa Cullen, and Debbie Goh

Computational What? Relating Computational Thinking to Teaching, Ugur Kale, Mete Akcaoglu, Theresa Cullen, Debbie Goh, Leah Devine, Nathan Calvert, and Kara Grise

A study on measuring self-efficacy in engineering modeling and design courses, Muhammad Safeer Khan, Nansong Wu, and Mohamed Ibrahim

Submissions from 2016

Engaging preservice teachers in professional development about iPads, Katheryn E. Shannon and Theresa A. Cullen

Submissions from 2015

Social Media Use and the Fear of Missing Out (FoMO) While Studying Abroad, Patricia R. Hetz, Christi L. Dawson, and Theresa A. Cullen

An exploration of pre-service teachers' intention to use mobile devices for teaching, Jung Won Hur, Ying W. Shen, Ugur Kale, and Theresa A. Cullen

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Using PBL to prepare educators and emergency managers to plan for severe weather, Sarah L. Stalker, Theresa A. Cullen, and Kevin Kloesel

Submissions from 2014

Effects of Self-Efficacy, Emotional Intelligence, and Perceptions of Future Work Environment on Preservice Teacher Commitment, Steven R. Chesnut and Theresa A. Cullen

Optimizing Instructional Video for Preservice Teachers in an Online Technology Integration Course, Mohamed Ibrahim, Rebecca Callaway, and David Bell

Submissions from 2013

Considerations for Integrating Technology in Developing Communities in Latin America, Daniela Núñez Ponte and Theresa A. Cullen

Submissions from 2012

Wiki as a collaborative learning tool in a language arts methods class, Kathryn I. Matthew, Emese Felvegi, and Rebecca A. Callaway

Submissions from 2011

Computer Literacy Needs in a Traditional Library Literacy Program: Results of a Needs Analysis, Theresa A. Cullen and Inger C. Cobb

Preservice teachers' beliefs, attitudes, and motivation about technology integration, Theresa A. Cullen and Barbara A. Greene

Submissions from 2010

Experienced Teachers' Strategies for Assessing Nature of Science Conceptions in the Elementary Classroom, Valarie L. Akerson, Theresa A. Cullen, and Deborah L. Hanson

Using Action Research to Engage K-6 Teachers in Nature of Science Inquiry as Professional Development, Theresa A. Cullen, Valarie L. Akerson, and Deborah L. Hanson

Submissions from 2009

Fostering a community of practice through a professional development program to improve elementary teachers' views of nature of science and teaching practice, Valarie L. Akerson, Theresa A. Cullen, and Deborah L. Hanson

Wiki as a collaborative learning tool in a language arts methods class, Kathryn I. Matthew, Emese Felvegi, and Rebecca A. Callaway

Submissions from 2007

The influence of guided inquiry and explicit instruction on K-6 teachers' views of nature of science, Valarie L. Akerson, Deborah L. Hanson, and Theresa A. Cullen

Submissions from 2006

The role of technology in preservice teachers' images of their future classroom, Theresa A. Cullen

Preserving the legacy of PT3 tools, strategies & resources: Knowledge capture artifacts, Anne Ottenbreit-Leftwich and Theresa A. Cullen

Submissions from 2002

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Adoption of information communication technology by teacher educators: One-on-one coaching, Kathryn I. Matthew, Rebecca A. Callaway, Catherine Letendre, Kimberly Kimbell-Lopez, and Elizabeth Stephens