Frederick Peinado Nelson's research while affiliated with California State University, Fresno and other places

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Despite the growth of the Maker Movement, few studies have examined what learning opportunities in teacher education programs facilitate preservice teachers’ understanding of inclusive making for students from diverse backgrounds. This study explored how preservice teachers used their funds of knowledge for making projects in a STEM education cours...
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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...