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"Teachers' Continuing Professional Development at the University of
A document prepared to encourage discussion within the UW College of
Education of an important issue, October, 1997
"Visions of Sugarplums" 
Introductory Chapter from Technology and
Future of Schooling -- 95th NSSE
Yearbook, Pt. II).
Educational Technology" 
In Jonassen, D. (Ed.) (2004).
Handbook of Research for
Educational Communications and Technology (pp.
113-142). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Continuing Education and Russian School Reform" 
Paper delivered at
the conference of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic
Studies, Washington, DC; October, 1995)
"But Does It Work?" 
Comments on what we know and don't
the effectiveness of educational technology, prepared for presentation at
an In-Service Day conference for Seattle teachers, October, 1996
"Nine Paradoxes of Educational Technology" 
Some thoughts on the nature of the field, and the tensions that exist
between technology and culture in the realm of education
"The Re-Centering of Russian Education" 
Remarks at a Roundtable, American Association for the Advancement of
Slavic Studies conferernce, Boston, MA, November, 1996.
"Why Vygotsky? The Role of Theoretical Psychology in Russian
Education Reform" 
An exercise in forensic cross-cultural anthropology. Paper presented at
the American Association for the Advancement of
Slavic Studies conferernce, Seattle, WA, November, 1997.
Technology and the Quality of Teachers' Professional Work: Redefining What
It Means to Be an Effective Educator 
Paper prepared for the CCSSO Educational Technology Leadership Conference,
Washjington, DC, January 13-14, 2000
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