Joke Voogt mainly focuses on Pedagogy, Educational technology, Mathematics education, Teacher education and Curriculum. Her Pedagogy study which covers Qualitative research that intersects with Medical education. Her work in the fields of Educational technology, such as Technology integration, overlaps with other areas such as Use of technology.
Her work investigates the relationship between Technology integration and topics such as Pre service that intersect with problems in Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge. Her research investigates the connection between Mathematics education and topics such as Professional development that intersect with issues in Collaborative learning. When carried out as part of a general Curriculum research project, her work on Curriculum theory is frequently linked to work in Knowledge society, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
Her primary areas of study are Pedagogy, Curriculum, Mathematics education, Professional development and Educational technology. Her Pedagogy research includes themes of Semi-structured interview and Medical education. Her work on Curriculum development, Curriculum theory and Curriculum mapping as part of general Curriculum research is frequently linked to Engineering design process, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Her study in Computational thinking, Science education, Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge and Secondary education is carried out as part of her studies in Mathematics education. Her research integrates issues of Teamwork and Higher education in her study of Professional development. Joke Voogt combines subjects such as Teaching method, Instructional design and Knowledge management with her study of Educational technology.
Joke Voogt mostly deals with Pedagogy, Curriculum, Mathematics education, Educational technology and Professional development. Many of her studies on Pedagogy apply to Teamwork as well. Her work on Curriculum development, Curriculum theory and Curriculum mapping as part of general Curriculum study is frequently linked to Conceptualization, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Her Mathematics education research focuses on subjects like Competence, which are linked to Critical thinking. Her Educational technology research integrates issues from Qualitative research, Teaching method and Sustainability. In her research on the topic of Professional development, Semi-structured interview is strongly related with Instructional design.
Joke Voogt mainly focuses on Pedagogy, Mathematics education, Curriculum, Educational technology and Technology integration. The Professional development, Primary education, Teacher education and Information literacy research she does as part of her general Pedagogy study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Transition, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. Her biological study deals with issues like Competence, which deal with fields such as Critical thinking.
Her study in the fields of Curriculum mapping, Curriculum development and Curriculum theory under the domain of Curriculum overlaps with other disciplines such as Affordance and Twenty-First Century. Her studies in Educational technology integrate themes in fields like Teamwork, Teaching method, Instructional design and Early literacy. She has included themes like Semi-structured interview and Pre service, Medical education in her Technology integration study.
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A comparative analysis of international frameworks for 21st century competences: Implications for national curriculum policies
Joke Voogt;Natalie Pareja Roblin.
Journal of Curriculum Studies (2012)
Technological pedagogical content knowledge – a review of the literature
Joke Voogt;Petra Fisser;N.N. Pareja Roblin;J. Tondeur.
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning (2013)
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)
Technology, innovation, and educational change : a global perspective : a report of the Second Information Technology in Education Study, Module 2
Robert B. Kozma;Joke Voogt.
Challenges to learning and schooling in the digital networked world of the 21st century
Joke Voogt;Ola Erstad;Chris Dede;Punya Mishra.
Journal of Computer Assisted Learning (2013)
International handbook of information technology in primary and secondary education
Joke Voogt;Gerald A Knezek.
Springer international handbook of information technology in primary and secondary education (2008)
Computational thinking in compulsory education: Towards an agenda for research and practice
Joke Voogt;Petra Fisser;Jon Good;Punya Mishra.
Education and Information Technologies (2015)
Teacher Learning in Collaborative Curriculum Design.
J. Voogt;H.B. Westbroek;A. Handelzalts;A. Walraven.
Teaching and Teacher Education (2011)
Collaborative design as a form of professional development
Joke Voogt;Therese Laferrière;Alain Breuleux;Rebecca C. Itow.
Instructional Science (2015)
A K-6 computational thinking curriculum framework: implications for teacher knowledge
Charoula Angeli;Joke Voogt;Andrew E. Fluck;Mary Webb.
Educational Technology & Society (2016)
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