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author = {Johnson, R. Burke and Onwuegbuzie, Anthony J. and Turner, Lisa A.},
title = {Toward a Definition of Mixed Methods Research},
volume = {1},
number = {2},
pages = {112-133},
year = {2007},
doi = {10.1177/1558689806298224},
abstract ={The purpose of this article is to examine how the field of mixed methods currently is being defined. The authors asked many of the current leaders in mixed methods research how they define mixed methods research. The authors provide the leaders' definitions and discuss the content found as they searched for the criteria of demarcation. The authors provide a current answer to the question, What is mixed methods research? They also briefly summarize the recent history of mixed methods and list several issues that need additional work as the field continues to advance. They argue that mixed methods research is one of the three major "research paradigms" (quantitative research, qualitative research, and mixed methods research). The authors hope this article will contribute to the ongoing dialogue about how mixed methods research is defined and conceptualized by its practitioners.},
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journal = {Journal of Mixed Methods Research}
author={Jonathan Sillito},
title={Saturate Application},
author={unknown },
title={Survey Monkey Application},
author={Kamran Sedig},
title={From Play to Thoughtful Learning: A Design Strategy to Engage Children with Mathematical Representations},
journal={Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching},
number= 1 ,
annote={game like starts like geometry}}
author={Goldman, Glenn},
journal={Computer Graphics and Applications, IEEE},
title={Digital Media and the Beginning Designer},
pages={14 -21},
abstract={Use and creation of computer graphics can be effectively taught to beginning design students in the context of discipline-specific design projects. In particular, a case study of the pedagogy implemented by the New Jersey Institute of Technology's College of Architecture + Design provides examples of how teachers harness the students' desire to create and provide educational opportunities for undergraduates to learn about the use of digital media in the processes and products of design. Employing a carefully constructed sequence, students are exposed to (and use) computer applications for raster imaging, vector drawing, 3D modeling and rendering, and eventually building information modeling and time-based sequential representation all while producing original work through analysis and synthesis.},
@article {MEET:MEET14504701336,
author = {Given, Lisa M. and Julien, Heidi and Ouellette, Dana and Smith, Jorden},
title = {Evidence-based information literacy instruction: Curriculum planning from the ground up},
journal = {Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology},
volume = {47},
number = {1},
publisher = {Wiley Subscription Services, Inc., A Wiley Company},
issn = {1550-8390},
url = {},
doi = {10.1002/meet.14504701336},
pages = {1--2},
year = {2010},
abstract = {The purpose of this longitudinal research study is to assess the information literacy (IL) skills of grade 12 students as they transition to university in order to determine their preparedness for academic work in the digital age. This poster reports the results of the first phase of this study which included a university-wide information literacy instruction (ILI) audit, as well as the administration of the quantitative Information Literacy Test (ILT) to 103 grade 12 students. Results indicate a gap between the expectations and skills required in secondary and post-secondary education. The results of this study contribute new knowledge to the research literature on IL, by providing a unique understanding of the information literacy skills possessed by grade 12 students as they transition to university. This will also be important for professional practice by providing librarians tasked with ILI with evidence enabling construction of tailored curriculum to address specific IL deficits shown by new students.},
%Piaget constructivism
author={Jean Piaget},
year= 1967,
title={Logique et Connaissance scientifique},
booktitle={Encyclop\'edie de la Pl\'eiade},
author={Jean Piaget},
title={The Psychology of Intelligence},
publisher={New York: Routledge}}
%SeymourPapert, constructionism
editor={ Papert and Harel},
publisher={Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Company},
year= 1991}
author={Glaser, B. G.},
title={Theoretical Sensitivity},
address={Mill Valley, CA.},
publisher={The Sociology Press}}
% Constructivist Grounded Theory (Bryant \& Charmaz, 2010).
Strauss, A., & Corbin, J. (1998). Basics of qualitative research: Grounded theory procedures and techniques (2nd ed.). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
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