Ayesha Sadaf, Ph.D.

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2013 Curriculum and Instruction Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, United States 
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Teacher Training Education, Technology of Education
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Timothy J. Newby grad student 2013 Purdue
 (An investigation of the factors that influence preservice teachers' intentions and actual integration of Web 2.0 technologies.)
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Sadaf A, Newby TJ, Ertmer PA. (2016) An investigation of the factors that influence preservice teachers’ intentions and integration of Web 2.0 tools Educational Technology Research and Development. 64: 37-64
Richardson JC, Sadaf A, Ertmer PA. (2012) Relationship between types of question prompts and critical thinking in online discussions Educational Communities of Inquiry: Theoretical Framework, Research and Practice. 197-222
Sadaf A, Newby TJ, Ertmer PA. (2012) Exploring factors that predict preservice teachers' intentions to use web 2.0 technologies using decomposed theory of planned behavior Journal of Research On Technology in Education. 45: 171-196
Sadaf A, Newby TJ, Ertmer PA. (2012) Exploring pre-service teachers' beliefs about using Web 2.0 technologies in K-12 classroom Computers and Education. 59: 937-945
Ertmer PA, Sadaf A, Ertmer DJ. (2011) Student-content interactions in online courses: The role of question prompts in facilitating higher-level engagement with course content Journal of Computing in Higher Education. 23: 157-186
Ertmer PA, Sadaf A, Ertmer D. (2011) Designing effective question prompts to facilitate critical thinking in online discussions Design Principles and Practices. 5: 1-28
Ertmer P, Richardson J, Lehman J, et al. (2010) Peer feedback in a large undergraduate blended course: Perceptions of value and learning Journal of Educational Computing Research. 43: 67-88
Ertmer PA, Strobel J, Cheng X, et al. (2010) Expressions of critical thinking in role-playing simulations: Comparisons across roles Journal of Computing in Higher Education. 22: 73-94
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