Bell, R., & Bell, L. (2003). A bibliography of articles on instructional technology in science education. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education [Online serial], 2(4). Retrieved from https://www.citejournal.org/volume-2/issue-4-02/science/a-bibliography-of-articles-on-instructional-technology-in-science-education

A Bibliography of Articles on Instructional Technology in Science Education

by RANDY BELL, Curry School of Education, University of Virginia; & LYNN BELL, Curry School of Education, University of Virginia

When leaders from a variety of content-specific education organizations met at the National Technology Leadership Retreat 2001 to discuss technology’s role in education, they were asked why more teacher educators were not integrating educational technology in their instruction (see Bell, 2001, for the full list of participants, as well as other issues discussed). One of the common issues cited by representatives—including those from the Association for the Education of Teachers in Science—was the perceived inadequacy of the literature supporting technology in education.

A limited body of knowledge exists that examines technology’s benefits to student learning, and many teacher educators are unfamiliar with the literature that has been published. Much of the literature discussing technology use in teacher preparation is based on anecdotal evidence. (Bell, 2001)

We left the conference curious about whether that perception was accurate specifically in the field of science education. Over the past year we have conducted an extensive search of the education literature to identify articles dealing with the topic of technology in science education. The result of this effort is a bibliography of published articles and book chapters related to applications of technology in K-12 science teaching or in science teacher preparation.

Because technology changes so rapidly, and contemporary research on technology is likely to be most relevant, we chose to include only publications dated 1994 or later (this was the year Carl Berger and colleagues published their review of the literature on technology in science education in the Handbook of Research on Science Teaching and Learning). We did not expect to find many articles published on this topic over the past 8 years, but the results of our search were enlightening.

It turns out that between 1994 and 2002, over 200 articles have been published that specifically address the use of digital technology in the teaching of science content. Although we have not critically reviewed the entire bibliography, the articles in this list represent all areas of scholarly work, including descriptions of technology use, theoretical and policy pieces, and qualitative and quantitative research.

In addition, the reason that “many teacher educators are unfamiliar with the literature that has been published” became clearer to us in the process of this literature search. The following is a breakdown of the number of articles published in journals most familiar to science educators:

Journal of Research in Science Teaching: 23

Science Education: 4

Journal of Science Teacher Education: 9

International Journal of Science Education: 5

School Science and Mathematics: 14

Almost 80% of manuscripts related to technology in science education over the past 8 years have been published in journals that are not read regularly by most science teacher educators, such as the Journal of Science Education and Technology, the Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, and the Journal of Technology and Teacher Education. With this bibliography we hope to make the literature addressing technology in science education more accessible to the science education community.

Although we have made every effort to make the bibliography complete, it should not be seen as exhaustive, and we welcome additions to it. As a matter of fact, our plan is to take advantage of the online medium of CITE Journal and make the list dynamic, updating it periodically.

 

The bibliography that follows lists publications in two categories: “K-12 Science Education” and “Science Teacher Preparation.” To make this bibliography more useful to educators, we are including a link to a rich text file (.rtf) of this bibliography, as well as a link to a rich text file of the bibliography categorized by nine selected topics:

Bibliography
Bibliography – categorized

We hope that this bibliography will pique your curiosity about the use of technology in science education, and we encourage you to examine the literature. You may gain a broader perspective of its value in science teaching, as well as insight into new directions for research.

References

Bell, L. (Ed.) (2001). Preparing tomorrow’s teachers to use technology: Perspectives of the leaders of twelve national education associations. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education [Online Serial], 1(4). Retrieved November 21, 2002, at http://www.citejournal.org/vol1/iss4/currentissues/general/article1.htm

Berger, C., Lu, C., Belzer, S., & Voss, B. (1994). Research on the uses of technology in science education. In D. Gabel (Ed.), Handbook of research on science teaching and learning (pp. 466-490). New York: Macmillan Publishing Company.

Contact Info:

Randy L. Bell
Curry School of Education
University of Virginia
Charlottesville, Virginia
E-mail: randybell@virginia.edu


A Bibliography of Articles on Technology in Science Education (January 2003)

Contents

Technology in K-12 Science Education
Technology in Science Teacher Preparation

Technology in K-12 Science Education

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Rogers, L. (1997). New data-logging tools-New investigations. School Science Review, 79(287), 61-68.

Rogers, L.T., & Wild, P. (1994). The use of IT in practical science – A practical study in three schools. School Science Review, 75(273), 21-28.

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Sherwood, R. (in press). Problem based multimedia software for middle grades science: Development issues and an initial field study. Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching.

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Technology in Science Teacher Education

Barnett, M., Keating, T., Harwood, W., & Saam, J. (2002). Using emerging technologies to help bridge the gap between university theory and classroom practice: Challenges and success.  School Science and Mathematics, 102(6), 299-313.

Bell, R. (2001). Implicit instruction in technology integration and the nature of science: There’s no such thing as a free lunch. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education [Online serial], 1(4). Available: http://www.citejournal.org/vol1/iss1/currentissues/science/article3.htm

Bell, R.L., & Bell, L. (2002). Invigorating science teaching with a high-tech, low-cost tool. Edutopia: The George Lucas Educational Foundation Bulletin. [Online serial]. Available at: http://glef.org/techtoolarticle.html

Bell, R.L., Niess, M.L., & Bell, L. (2001). El Niño did it: Using technology to assess and predict climate trends. Learning and Leading with Technology, 29, 18-26.

Bell, R.L., & Tai, R. (in press). Transforming science instruction with technology. In A.D. Sheekey, (Ed.), [Title to be determined], Alexandria, VA: Appalachian Technology in Education Consortium.

Bodzin, A., & Park, J. (1998). A study of preservice science teachers’ interactions with a web-based forum. Electronic Journal of Science Education, 3(1) [Online]. Available: http://unr.edu/homepage/jcannon/ejse/ejsev3n1.html.

Bodzin, A., & Park, J. (2000). Dialogue patterns of preservice science teachers using asynchronous computer-mediated communications on the World Wide Web. Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, 19(2), 161-194.

Bodzin, A., & Park, J. (2000). Factors that influence asynchronous discourse with preservice teachers on a public, Web-based forum. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education, 16(4), 22-30.

Bodzin, A. M., Park, J. C. (2002). Using a nonrestrictive web-based forum to promote reflective discourse with preservice science teachers. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education [Online serial], 2(3). Available: http://www.citejournal.org/vol2/iss3/science/article1.cfm

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Cleland, J.V., Wetzel, K.A., Zambo, R., Buss, R.R., & Rillero, P. (1999). Science integrated with mathematics using language arts and technology: A model for collaborative professional development. Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teacher, 18(2), 157-172.

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Collins, A., Bercaw, L., Palmeri, A., Altman, J., & Singer-Gabella, M. (1999). Good intentions are not enough: A story of collaboration in science, education, and technology. Journal of Science Teacher Education, 10(1), 3-20.

Cullin, M., & Crawford, B. (2003). Using technology to support prospective science teachers in learning and teaching about scientific models. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education [Online serial], 2(4). Available: http://www.citejournal.org/vol2/iss4/currentissues/science/article1.htm

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Flick, L., & Bell, R. (2000). Preparing tomorrow’s science teachers to use technology: Guidelines for science educators. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education [Online serial], 1(1). Available: http://www.citejournal.org/vol1/iss1/currentissues/science/article1.htm

Flores, A. (2001). SSMILes#51: Inclined planes and motion detectors: A study of acceleration.  School Science and Mathematics, 101(3), 154-161.

Francis-Pelton, L., Farragher, P., & Riecken, T. (2000). Content based technology: Learning by modeling. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 8(3), 177-186.

Germann, P., & Sasse, C.M. (1997). Variations in concerns and attitudes of science teachers in an educational technology development program. Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, 16(2-3), 405-423.

Germann, P., & Young-soo, K. (2001). Heightening reflection through dialogue: A case for electronic journaling and electronic concept mapping in science classes. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, [Online serial], 1(3). Available: http://www.citejournal.org/vol1/iss3/currentissues/science/article1.htm

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Heflich, D.A., Dixon, J.K., & Davis, K. (2001). Taking it to the field: The authentic integration of mathematics and technology in inquiry-based instruction. Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, 20(1), 99-112.

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Lehman, J.R. (1994). Secondary science teachers’ use of microcomputers during instruction. School Science and Mathematics, 94(8), 413-420.

Lehman, J.R. (1995). Microcomputers and the preparation of secondary science teachers: An eight year follow-up. School Science and Mathematics, 95(2), 69-77.

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Shroyer, M.G., Wright, E.L., & Ramey-Gassert, L. (1996). An innovative model for collaborative reform in elementary school science teaching. l:Journal of Science Teacher Education, 7(3), 151-168.

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Spitulnik, M. W., & Krajcik, J. S. (1998). Technological tools to support inquiry in a science methods course. The Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, 17(1), 63-74.

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Weinburgh, M.H., Smith, L., & Smith, K. (1997, October) Preparing preservice teachers to use technology in teaching math and science. TechTrends, 42, 43-45.

Wetzel, K., Zambo, R., Buss, R., & Arbaugh, N. (1996). Innovations in integrating technology into student teaching experiences. Journal of Research on Computing in Education, 29(2), 196-214.

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Zeidler, D. L., LeBaron, J. F., Gupta, R., & Torres, H. N. (1999). Meeting the challenge of professional development: Design and evaluation of a telecommunications mediated course in science, mathematics, and technology education. Journal of Science Teacher Education, 10(3), 195-215.