His main research concerns Mathematics education, Technology integration, Information and Communications Technology, Pedagogy and Primary education. His work in the fields of Mathematics education, such as Language education and Secondary education, intersects with other areas such as Class and Education policy. His Technology integration research focuses on Computer literacy and how it relates to Educational psychology and Flemish.
His Information and Communications Technology research integrates issues from Teaching method, Constructivist teaching methods and Teacher education. His work in Pedagogy covers topics such as Context which are related to areas like Cognitively Guided Instruction and Faculty development. His Educational technology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Qualitative research and Professional development.
Johan van Braak focuses on Mathematics education, Pedagogy, Information and Communications Technology, Primary education and Knowledge management. He usually deals with Mathematics education and limits it to topics linked to Competence and Literacy. His Pedagogy study often links to related topics such as Context.
He has included themes like Educational technology, Technology integration, Flemish and Curriculum in his Information and Communications Technology study. The concepts of his Technology integration study are interwoven with issues in Semi-structured interview and Qualitative research. His studies in Primary education integrate themes in fields like Conceptual framework, Self-efficacy, Self-regulated learning and Information processing.
Johan van Braak mainly investigates Mathematics education, Information and Communications Technology, Pedagogy, Scale and Medical education. His Mathematics education research focuses on subjects like Reading comprehension, which are linked to Composition. In his research, Johan van Braak performs multidisciplinary study on Information and Communications Technology and Information technology.
His Primary education, Educational technology, Professional development and Learning environment study in the realm of Pedagogy interacts with subjects such as Computer based learning. His Knowledge management study which covers Flemish that intersects with Set. His Self-efficacy course of study focuses on Information processing and Competence.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Pedagogy, Mathematics education, Information and Communications Technology, Educational technology and Technology integration. Pedagogy is frequently linked to Natural language in his study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Qualitative research, First language and Competence in addition to Mathematics education.
Borrowing concepts from Information technology, Johan van Braak weaves in ideas under Information and Communications Technology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Linguistic diversity and Multilingualism. His study looks at the relationship between Technology integration and topics such as Semi-structured interview, which overlap with Mobile device, Mobile technology, Medical education and Knowledge level.
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Student teachers' thinking processes and ICT integration: Predictors of prospective teaching behaviors with educational technology
Guoyuan Sang;Martin Valcke;Johan van Braak;Jo Tondeur.
Computer Education (2010)
Preparing pre-service teachers to integrate technology in education: A synthesis of qualitative evidence
Jo Tondeur;Johan van Braak;Guoyuan Sang;Joke Voogt.
Computer Education (2012)
ICT integration in the classroom: Challenging the potential of a school policy
Jo Tondeur;Hilde van Keer;Johan van Braak;Martin Valcke.
Computer Education (2008)
Understanding the relationship between teachers’ pedagogical beliefs and technology use in education: a systematic review of qualitative evidence
Jo Tondeur;Jo Tondeur;Jo Tondeur;Johan van Braak;Peggy A. Ertmer;Peggy A. Ertmer;Anne Ottenbreit-Leftwich.
Educational Technology Research and Development (2017)
The Gap between Educational Research and Practice: Views of Teachers, School Leaders, Intermediaries and Researchers.
Ruben Vanderlinde;Johan van Braak.
British Educational Research Journal (2010)
Explaining different types of computer use among primary school teachers
Johan van Braak;Jo Tondeur;Martin Valcke.
European Journal of Psychology of Education (2004)
Curricula and the use of ICT in education: Two worlds apart?
Jo Tondeur;Johan van Braak;Martin Valcke.
British Journal of Educational Technology (2007)
Predicting secondary school teachers' acceptance and use of a digital learning environment: A cross-sectional study
Bram Pynoo;Pieter Devolder;Jo Tondeur;Johan van Braak.
Computers in Human Behavior (2011)
Exploring the link between teachers' educational belief profiles and different types of computer use in the classroom
Jo Tondeur;Ruben Hermans;Johan van Braak;Martin Valcke.
Computers in Human Behavior (2008)
Individual Characteristics Influencing Teachers' Class Use of Computers.
Johan Van Braak.
Journal of Educational Computing Research (2001)
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