Libbi Miller

Libbi Miller
Humboldt State University | HSU · Department of Education

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In this naturalistic study, we examined the reflective thinking of 39 pre-service teachers (PSTs) in an introductory curriculum, instruction, and technology course as they engaged in an online virtual learning community. Our framework considers both reflective thinking as revealed through individual posts to the community and dialogical interaction...
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In the following self-study, we share our investigation of the shifts in faculty pedagogical beliefs, instructional practices, and curricular decision-making while engaged in a cycle of reflection on tablet-focused teacher education course. We conducted this inquiry into our practice, using Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPCK) and the...
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In the following article, we describe our research with preservice teachers (PSTs) engaged in an introductory course in curriculum, instruction, and technology. Typically, efforts to engage PSTs in reflection focus on the student-teaching experience. We assert there is potential for PSTs to think deeply about their identities prior to actual classr...
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This book serves as a platform for educators and researchers to unite educational technology and social justice. While educational technology is a rapidly changing and progressive field of research and practice, it remains largely separate from education for social justice. Current literature about educational technology is often approached from a...
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Family literacy initiatives are historically rooted in positivism. In relationship to family literacy, the positivist paradigm is dangerous as it strips the participants of power and removes their opportunities for voice. In response, a socially just approach to family literacy intervention is offered here. This approach embraces the context of...

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