2014 - Fellow of the American Educational Research Association
His primary scientific interests are in Comprehension approach, Language assessment, Language industry, Language education and Mathematics education. His study with Comprehension approach involves better knowledge in Pedagogy. His Pedagogy research includes elements of Audience awareness, Language acquisition and The Internet.
His study brings together the fields of Educational technology and Language industry. While the research belongs to areas of Language education, Mark Warschauer spends his time largely on the problem of Distance education, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Collaborative learning, Cognitive science, Conceptual framework and Sociolinguistics. His study on Academic achievement and Technology integration is often connected to Laptop, Socioeconomic status and Focus as part of broader study in Mathematics education.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mathematics education, Pedagogy, Educational technology, Literacy and Language education. When carried out as part of a general Mathematics education research project, his work on Academic achievement, Teaching method, Computational thinking and Writing assessment is frequently linked to work in Laptop, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Pedagogy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as New media, Computer-mediated communication and Affordance.
His Educational technology study deals with Multimedia intersecting with The Internet. His work in The Internet tackles topics such as Information and Communications Technology which are related to areas like Social science. His biological study deals with issues like Language assessment, which deal with fields such as Foreign language.
His primary areas of study are Mathematics education, Educational technology, Medical education, Literacy and Academic achievement. He has researched Mathematics education in several fields, including Computer science curriculum and Chemistry. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Higher education and Teaching method.
His work in Teaching method addresses issues such as Language acquisition, which are connected to fields such as Variety, Social network analysis and Empirical research. He interconnects Writing assessment, Language arts, Reading comprehension and Formatted text in the investigation of issues within Literacy. His Qualitative research research incorporates themes from Information and Communications Technology, Multimedia, Language technology, Organizational communication and Applied linguistics.
His main research concerns Academic achievement, Mathematics education, Developmental psychology, Conversation and Self-regulated learning. He combines subjects such as Developing country, Positive Youth Development and Child development with his study of Academic achievement. In most of his Mathematics education studies, his work intersects topics such as Chemistry.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Affect, Reading and Set in addition to Conversation. His Self-regulated learning research integrates issues from Measure, Active learning, Knowledge management and Identification. His studies deal with areas such as Glossary, Language acquisition, Teaching method and Lexical item as well as Educational technology.
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Technology and Social Inclusion: Rethinking the Digital Divide
Computers and language learning: an overview
Mark Warschauer;Deborah Healey.
Language Teaching (1998)
Computer-Mediated Collaborative Learning: Theory and Practice.
The Modern Language Journal (1997)
Network-Based Language Teaching: Concepts and Practice
Mark Warschauer;Richard Kern.
Comparing Face-To-Face and Electronic Discussion in the Second Language Classroom
the CALICO Journal (1996)
Electronic Literacies: Language, Culture, and Power in Online Education
Reconceptualizing the digital divide
First Monday (2002)
New Technology and Digital Worlds: Analyzing Evidence of Equity in Access, Use, and Outcomes
Mark Warschauer;Tina Matuchniak.
Review of Research in Education (2010)
The Changing Global Economy and the Future of English Teaching
TESOL Quarterly (2000)
Motivational aspects of using computers for writing and communication
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