Browsing by Author "Roschelle, Jeremy"

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  • Roschelle, Jeremy; Lester, James; Fusco, Judi (Digital Promise, 2020-11)
    This report is based on the discussion that emerged from a convening of a panel of 22 experts in artificial intelligence (AI) and in learning. It introduces three layers that can frame the meaning of AI for educators. ...
  • Roschelle, Jeremy; Burke, Quinn (Springer Open, 2019-10-25)
    In this commentary on Interest-Driven Creator (IDC) theory, the authors reflect on the proposed three-step cycles of (i) sparking students’ interest, (ii) fostering individual creativity, and (iii) inculcating lifelong ...
  • Angevine, Colin; Cator, Karen; Roschelle, Jeremy; Thomas, Susan A.; Waite, Chelsea; Weisgrau, Josh (2017)
    Computers, smartphones, smart systems, and other technologies are woven into nearly every aspect of our daily lives. As computational technology advances, it is imperative that we educate young people and working adults ...
  • Roschelle, Jeremy; Martin, Wendy; Ahn, June; Schank, Patricia (SRI International, 2017)
    Cyberlearning researchers envision and investigate the future of learning with technology. In an earlier generation of research, the theoretical focus was on students’ reasoning, the standard technology was a laptop or ...
  • Roschelle, Jeremy; Shechtman, Nicole; Feng, Mingyu; Singleton, Corinne (AERA Open, 2019-05)
    The Math Curriculum Impact Study was a large-scale randomized controlled trial (RCT) to test the efficacy of a digital core curriculum for Grade 5 mathematics. Reasoning Mind’s Grade 5 Common Core Curriculum was a ...
  • Roschelle, Jeremy; Cheng, Britte Haugan; Hodkowski, Nicola; Neisler, Julie; Haldar, Lina (Digital Promise, April 2020)
    Many students struggle with mathematics in late elementary school, particularly on the topic of fractions. In a best evidence syntheses of research on increasing achievement in elementary school mathematics, Pelligrini ...
  • McElhaney, Kevin; Baker, Anthony; Kasad, Zareen; Roschelle, Jeremy; Chillmon, Carly (Digital Promise, 2022-03)
    In order to catalyze the research community around OpenSciEd, Digital Promise, with support from the Carnegie Corporation of New York, has developed the OpenSciEd Research Agenda. Early on, we determined that three broad ...
  • Roschelle, Jeremy; Tipton, Elizabeth; Shechtman, Nicole; Vahey, Philip (SRI International, 2018-11)
    Three previously reported experiments found that a technology-enhanced intervention increased student conceptual understanding of mathematics in Texas. To investigate generalizability to broader populations and settings, ...
  • McElhaney, Kevin; Baker, Anthony; Chillmon, Carly; Kasad, Zareen; Liberman, Babe; Roschelle, Jeremy (Digital Promise, 2022-03)
    This white paper supports an ongoing effort to define a research agenda and catalyze a research community around the OpenSciEd curriculum materials. Rigorous research on these materials is needed in order to answer questions ...
  • Roschelle, Jeremy (Springer, 2021-07-27)
    Today’s classrooms can be remarkably different from those of yesteryear. In place of individual students responding to the teacher from neat rows of desks, today’s innovative schools have students working in groups on ...
  • Zacamy, Jenna; Roschelle, Jeremy (Digital Promise, 2022-08)
    Digital learning platforms are beginning to become open to research. Specifically, in our work in SEERNet, developers are extending five platforms, each used in either K-12 or higher education by more than 100,000 users, ...
  • Patz Stephenson, Stefani; Hardy, Angela; Seylar, John; Wayman, Jeff; Peters, Vanessa; Bellin, Melissa; Roschelle, Jeremy (Digital Promise, 2021-11)
    The sudden and unexpected shift to remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic has brought new awareness of the need for school leaders who can ensure that high-quality, equitable education can take place virtually as ...
  • Roschelle, Jeremy; Mazziotti, Claudia; Means, Barbara (Routledge, 2021-06)
    Bringing inquiry learning environments to scale is an important issue for society, especially given the needs for stronger inquiry skills among future citizens, employees, and leaders. Scaling up is a complex challenge for ...
  • Roschelle, Jeremy; Cheng, Britte Haugan; Hodkowski, Nicola; Haldar, Lina; Neisler, Julie (Digital Promise, April 2020)
    In this exploratory research project, our team’s goal was to design and begin validation of a measurement approach that could provide indication of a student’s ability to transfer their mathematics understanding to future, ...
  • Niess, Margaret L.; Roschelle, Jeremy (University of South Carolina & Clemson University, 2018-11)
    Mathematics teacher educators are faced with designing teacher in-service professional development experiences for developing and transforming Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) towards integrating digital ...
  • Burke, Quinn; Roschelle, Jeremy; Ruiz, Pati; Weisgrau, Josh (AERA Annual Conference Proceedings, 2021-04)
    Forty states have undertaken recent initiatives to expand access to computer science, including the development of comprehensive K-12 computing standards (Code.org, 2019). Yet while standards represent a necessary scaffold ...
  • Roschelle, Jeremy; Hodkowski, Nicola M. (Digital Promise, 2020-12)
    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many students are learning remotely or in a hybrid of remote and in-school learning. As a result, most teachers and students are in learning situations where more independent work is assigned ...

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