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Deubel, P. (2013, January 16). Is it really hip to flip? T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/Articles/2013/01/16/Is-It-Really-Hip-to-Flip.aspx
Deubel, P. (2011, June 15). What value-added assessments won't tell you about effective teachers. T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/Articles/2011/06/15/What-Value-Added-Assessments-Wont-Tell-You-About-Effective-Teachers.aspx [Part 2 of a 2-part series].
Deubel, P. (2011, June 8). Measuring teacher effectiveness: Are we creating an education nightmare? T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2011/06/08/measuring-teacher-effectiveness-are-we-creating-an-education-nightmare.aspx [Part 1 of a 2-part series].
Deubel, P. (2010, September 15). Are we ready for testing under common core state standards? T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2010/09/15/are-we-ready-for-testing-under-common-core-state-standards.aspx
Deubel, P. (2010, August 4). Interactive whiteboards: Truths and consequences. T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/Articles/2010/08/04/Interactive-Whiteboards-Truths-and-Consequences.aspx
Deubel, P. (2010, February 17). Web 2.0 in Instruction: Adding spice to math education. T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/Articles/2010/02/17/Web-2.0-in-Instruction-Adding-Spice-to-Math-Education.aspx
Deubel, P. (2009, September 16). Social networking in schools: Incentives for participation.
T.H.E. Journal. Available:
Thanks to ASCD for highlighting this article in their SmartBrief newsletter of September 18, 2009, headlined, "Schools should investigate the potential of online social networks." ASCD wrote, "Although the online safety of students will be an ongoing challenge for schools, the potential of online social networks for education should not be overlooked, writes Patricia Deubel, an educational technology expert. Social networking opens student access to new means of collaboration and sources of information. Deubel offers tips for educators and school administrators on best practices."
Deubel, P. (2009, March 19). Mobile devices: Facing challenges and opportunities for learning. T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2009/03/19/mobile-devices-facing-challenges-and-opportunities-for-learning.aspx
Deubel, P. (2008, November 19). The communications revolution and what schools need to do about it. T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2008/11/19/the-communications-revolution-and-what-schools-need-to-do-about-it.aspx
Deubel, P. (2008, August 28). Education decisions: Looking for strong research and better implementations (Part 2). T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2008/08/28/education-decisions-looking-for-strong-research-and-better-implementations.aspx
Deubel, P. (2008, August 21). Education decisions: Where's the evidence and research base? (Part 1). T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2008/08/21/education-decisions-wheres-the-evidence-and-research-base.aspx
Deubel, P. (2008, June 26). Students with disabilities: Software and learning support for math (Part 2). T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2008/06/26/students-with-disabilities-software-and-learning-support-for-math-part-2.aspx
Deubel, P. (2008, June 19). Addressing the needs of students with disabilities in math (Part 1). T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2008/06/19/addressing-the-needs-of-students-with-disabilities-in-math-part-1.aspx
Deubel, P. (2008, April 16). Crossroads in education: Issues for Web 2.0, social
software, and digital tools. T.H.E. Journal. Available:
Thanks to University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, which included this publication among required readings in its course syllabus for Creativity and Innovation in the Classroom for 2010.
Deubel, P. (2008, April 10). Accountability, yes. Teaching to the test, no. T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2008/04/10/accountability-yes-teaching-to-the-test-no.aspx
Deubel, P. (2008, March 19). A taste of Web 2.0. T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2008/03/19/a-taste-of-web-20.aspx
Deubel, P. (2008, March 13). K-12 online teaching endorsements: Ohio Department of Education perspectives. T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2008/03/13/k12-online-teaching-endorsements-ohio-department-of-education-perspectives.aspx
Deubel, P. (2008, January 10). K-12 online teaching endorsements: Are they needed? T.H.E. Journal.
This article was cited in the 2010 FCC National Broadband Plan, Chapter 11 Education, section 11.1 Supporting and Promoting Online Learning: http://www.broadband.gov/plan/11-education/. See reference 29.
Deubel, P. (2007). Virtual worlds: A next generation for instruction delivery. Journal of Instruction Delivery Systems, 21(2), 6-12. [PDF also available at this site. Click on the title.]
Deubel, P. (2007, November 8). The great debate: Effectiveness of technology in education. T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2007/11/08/the-great-debate-effectiveness-of-technology-in-education.aspx
Deubel, P. (2007, October 22). Homework: A math dilemma and what to do about it. T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2007/10/22/homework-a-math-dilemma-and-what-to-do-about-it.aspx
Deubel, P. (2007, October 1). Test prep and math realities. T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2007/10/01/test-prep-and-math-realities.aspx
Deubel, P. (2007, July 19). Second Life: Do you need one? (Part 4). T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2007/07/19/second-life-do-you-need-one-part-4.aspx [Part 4, The top-7 hurdles for virtual learning.]
Deubel, P. (2007, July 12). Second Life: Do you need one? (Part 3). T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2007/07/12/second-life-do-you-need-one-part-3.aspx [Part 3, Virtual Bacon talks Second Life.]
Deubel, P. (2007, July 5). Second Life: Do you need one? (Part 2). T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2007/07/05/second-life-do-you-need-one-part-2.aspx [Part 2, Amareal Jewell looks at learning in SL.]
Deubel, P. (2007, June 28). Second Life: Do you need one? (Part 1).
T.H.E. Journal. Available:
http://thejournal.com/articles/2007/06/28/second-life-do-you-need-one-part-1.aspx [Part 1, Amareal Jewell
Note: As an update to this series on Second Life, readers should note that the Teen Grid in SL will close December, 2010. Read about it in Denise Harrison's The End of the Virtual World in T.H.E. Journal, September 1, 2010.
Deubel, P. (2007, June 14). Podcasts: Improving quality and accessibility. T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2007/06/14/podcasts-improving-quality-and-accessibility.aspx [Part 2 of a 2-part series].
Deubel, P. (2007, June 7). Podcasts: Where's the learning? T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2007/06/07/podcasts-wheres-the-learning.aspx [Part 1 of a 2-part series].
Deubel, P. (2007, Spring). Guidelines for selecting quality K-12 online courses. PRISM, 7(1), 16-17. Available (note--members area): http://www.casb.org/publications [PRISM is a publication from the Colorado Association of School Boards. This article is a condensed version of the original publication in T.H.E. Journal ( http://thejournal.com/articles/2004/11/01/guidelines-for-selecting-quality-k12-online-courses.aspx). It was written at the request of PRISM for this particular issue on online learning.]
Deubel, P. (2007, May 2). Biometrics in K-12: Vendor claims and your business plan. T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2007/05/02/biometrics-in-k12-vendor-claims-and-your-business-plan.aspx [This is part 3 of the series.]
Deubel, P. (2007, April 25). Biometrics in K-12: Issues and standardization. T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2007/04/25/biometrics-in-k12-issues-and-standardization.aspx [This is part 2 of the series.]
Deubel, P. (2007, April 19). What's online education all about? T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2007/04/19/whats-online-education-all-about.aspx
Deubel, P. (2007, April 18). Biometrics in K-12: Ban or buy? Part 1: The technology and school applications. T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2007/04/18/biometrics-in-k12-ban-or-buy-part-1.aspx
Deubel, P. (2007, April 10). Biometrics in K-12: The legal conundrum. T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2007/04/10/biometrics-in-k12-the-legal-conundrum.aspx
Deubel, P. (2007, April 2). Data security in K-12 school districts. T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2007/04/02/data-security-in-k12-school-districts.aspx
Deubel, P. (2007, February 21). Moderating and ethics for the classroom instructional blog. T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2007/02/21/moderating-and-ethics-for-the-classroom-instructional-blog.aspx?sc_lang=en
Deubel, P. (2007, January 16). Should states mandate online learning? T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2007/01/16/should-states-mandate-online-learning.aspx
Deubel, P. (2007, January 10). What's full-time for K-12 online teaching?—a dilemma. T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2007/01/10/whats-fulltime-for-k12-online-teachinga-dilemma.aspx
Deubel, P. (2006, October 25). Showing support for teacher websites. T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2006/10/25/showing-support-for-teacher-websites.aspx
Deubel, P. (2006, October 4). E-textbooks: Points to ponder on pixels and paper. T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2006/10/04/etextbooks-points-to-ponder-on-pixels-and-paper.aspx?sc_lang=en
Deubel, P. (2006, September 6). The value of connectivism. T.H.E. Journal. Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2006/09/06/the-value-of-connectivism.aspx?sc_lang=en
Deubel, P. (2006). Game on!: Game-based learning. T.H.E. Journal, 33(6), 30-33, 41.
Thanks to ASCD for highlighting this article in their SmartBrief newsletter of January 26, 2006, headlined, "Expert: Instead of fighting video games, tap their potential." ASCD wrote, "Ed-tech consultant and professor Patricia Deubel notes that video games can offer myriad educational benefits, including promoting mental agility and fostering a sense of engagement. She says once teachers experience firsthand the excellent programs like simSchool and Sportsmanship they'll be less reluctant to make videogames available to their students."
Deubel, P. (2005). Plagiarism: Prevention is the name of the game. English Leadership Quarterly, 28(1), 6-11. [Also available at this site. Click on the title.]
Deubel, P. (2005). The web and accountability. Learning & Leading with Technology, 32(5), 30-33. [At this site in pdf format as it appeared in L&L Also available at http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ697308.pdf .]
Deubel, P. (2004, November 1). Guidelines for selecting quality K-12 online courses [Web exclusive]. T.H.E. Journal, 32(4). Available: http://thejournal.com/articles/2004/11/01/guidelines-for-selecting-quality-k12-online-courses.aspx
Deubel, P. (2003, Fall). Learning from reflections: Issues in building quality online courses. Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, 6(3). Available: http://www.westga.edu/~distance/ojdla/fall63/deubel63.htm [Also available at this site. Click on the title.]
Thanks to WebED News at the Ohio Supercomputer Center, a technology initiative of the Ohio Board of Regents, for spotlighting this article in their August 2003 (volume 4, issue 8) news.
Thanks to the National Clearinghouse for Worker Safety and Health Training in Washington, D.C. for featuring this article in their weekly Newsbrief of October 3, 2003. They found the article relevant for their readers (e-mail communication October 15, 2003).
Dr. Juanita L. Gurubatham, Associate Vice President for Academic Administration for Columbia Union College in Takoma Park, Maryland, cited this article in her Resources for the Distance Educator (p. 6), which is published in The Distance Education Report, March, 2004, Volume 8, Number 6: http://www.gaidecom.com/DERmar15_04_SGaide.pdf
Kala Miller quoted this article in Charisma of an Online Facilitator: Do you have it?, April 30, 2005, posted at the Professional Development Center of the California Virtual Campus: http://www.cvc.edu/faculty/articles-opinions/posts/charisma-of-an-online-facilitator-do-you-have-it
Deubel, P. (2003).
An investigation of behaviorist and cognitive approaches to instructional
multimedia design. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 12(1),
63-90. Norfolk, VA: AACE. Available:
[Also available at this site. Click on the title.]
Deubel, P. (2002, Summer). Getting started enriching K-12 curriculum with Internet resources. Learning & Leading with Technology, 29(9).
CT4ME would like to thank Dr. Tony Pellegrini at Southern Utah University who selected this article as a reading in a teacher preparation course during 2002 because it helps prospective teachers to "understand the theoretical underpinnings of integration of technology in instruction" (e-mail communication January 17, 2003).
Deubel, P. (2002). Selecting curriculum-based software. Learning & Leading with Technology, 29(5), 10-16. [PDF version as published in L&L at this site--click on the title]
You can also read the HTML paper associated with the above publication: Selecting Valuable Software for the Standards Movement.
Special thanks to Heartland Area Education Agency in Johnston, Iowa for featuring the above article in Tips for Selecting Educational Software in their March 2002 edition of World of Media. The agency serves more than 50 school districts in central Iowa, and provides services and materials, including educational software, for all of the surrounding area schools. According to M. Oakley, Instructional Materials Consultant, (e-mail communication February 4, 2002), "Your article is an excellent resource for educators that are trying to select software to meet their needs."
Also, thanks to the staff at Southridge Elementary School in Indiana for including this article among resources for their November 2002 in-service school improvement program Working with Indiana Academic Standards.
Thanks to A. Kerr, adjunct professor at MidAmerica Nazarene University, who selected this article as a reading for a master's level course on "Interactive Projects." Kerr stated (e-mail communication March 13, 2003), "I particularly like the 10 guidelines for selecting software."
Thanks to L. Degginger, adjunct professor at Rockhurst University, who used this article in her 4030/6030 course. "The students found it easy to understand and a big help to them for evaluating software" (e-mail communication September 21, 2003).
R. Windward, Ph.D., Educational Technology, featured this article in his commentary for June 2003 in The Educator, a newsletter of the Lindsay Wilson College Education Division in Columbia, Kentucky. Thank you!
Deubel, P. (2001, Summer). The effectiveness of mathematics software for Ohio proficiency test preparation. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 33(5). Note: See http://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ635497
Deubel, P. (2001, Spring). The good and bad news of software use for mathematics proficiency test preparation. Ohio Journal of School Mathematics, 43, 55-60.
Deubel, P. (2000). Book review: Distance learners in higher education: Institutional responses for quality outcomes. Journal of Instruction Delivery Systems, 14(4), 34-36. [Book author: Gibson]
Deubel, P. (2000). Mathematics software and achievement on the Ohio Ninth Grade Proficiency Test (Doctoral dissertation, Nova Southeastern University, 2000). Dissertation Abstracts International, 61(07), 2675A. Publication Number 9981161. [Read the Abstract.]
Deubel, P. (1999). Book review: Dancing with the Devil. Journal of Instruction Delivery Systems, 13(3), 28-31. [Book author: Katz & Associates]
Deubel, P. (1998). Multimedia software review: Make It America! HyperNexus: Journal of Hypermedia and Multimedia Studies, 8(2), 6-8.
Deubel, P. (1996). A staff development approach to the study of conflict resolution--Theory into practice. In A Resource Guide for a Comprehensive High School Conflict Management Program by the Ohio Commission on Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management and the Ohio Department of Education, pp. 96-97.