Published Scholarship

Wong, E. D., & Henriksen, D. A. (2008). If Ideas Were Fashion. In D. Keller, Z. Bekerman, H. Giroux, & N. Burbules (Eds.), Mirror Images: Popular Culture and Education (Chapter 12). New York: Peter Lang. (Word)

Gao, F., &  Wong, E. D. (2008). Student engagement in distance learning environments: A comparison of threaded discussion forums and text-focused Wikis. First Monday, 13(1). (a peer-reviewed online journal of research in technology and education). Available at: http://www.uic.edu/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/issue/current

Wong, E. D (2007). Journal of Aesthetic Education, 41(2), 67-88. Available at: http://jae.press.uiuc.edu/41.2/wong.html, (Word)

Wong, E. D. (2007). Beyond control and rationality: Dewey, aesthetics, motivation, and educative experiences. Teachers College Record, 109(1), 192-220. Available at: http://www.tcrecord.org/library/Abstract.asp?ContentId=12740, (PDF)

Wong, E. D., Mishra, P., Koehler, M., & Siebenthal, S. (2003). Teacher as filmmaker: Creating i-Videos as an approach to technology education and professional development. Technology in the College Classroom (M. Girod & J. Steed, Eds.) (Word)

Wong, E. D. (2002). Appreciating variation between scientists: A perspective for seeing science’s vitality. Science Education, 86(3), 386-400. (PDF)

Girod, M. & Wong, E. D. (2002). The view from aesthetic understanding: A Deweyan perspective on science learning. The Elementary School Journal, 102(3), 199-224. (PDF)

Wong, E. D., & Pugh, K. (2001). Learning science: A Deweyan perspective. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 38(3), 317-336. (PDF)

Wong, E. D. (2001). Introduction to special section: Perspectives on learning science. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 38(3), 279-281. (PDF)

Wong, E. D., Packard, B. W., Girod, M., & Pugh, K. (2000). The Opposite of Control: A Deweyan Perspective on Intrinsic Motivation in "After 3" Technology Programs. Journal of Computers in Human Behavior, 16, 313-338. (Word)

Wong, E. D. (1996). Students’ scientific explanations and the contexts in which they occur. Elementary School Journal, 96(5), 495-511. (Word)

Wong, E. D. (1995). The challenge of the researcher/teacher: A rejoinder to Wilson. Educational Researcher, 24(8), 22-28. (PDF)

Wong, E. D. (1995). The challenge of the researcher/teacher: Conflicts of purpose and conduct. Educational Researcher, 24(3), 22-23. (PDF)

Project 2061: A Blueprint for Reform in Teacher Education (1994). An analytic piece for the American Association for the Advancement of Science written by an MSU team that included R. Floden, J. Gallagher, K. Roth, C. Anderson, D. Dryden, and D. Wong.

Wong, E. D. (1993). Understanding the generative capacity of analogies as a tool for explanation. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 30(10), 1259-1272. (Word)

Wong, E. D. (1993). Getting to know Harold: A story of emerging understanding in a collaborative PDS relationship. Teachers' Journal, (a reviewed journal of the Coalition of Essential Schools, Brown University). (Word)

Wong, E. D. (1993). Student-generated analogies as a tool for generating and evaluating explanations of scientific phenomena. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 30(4), 367-380. (Word)

Wong, E. D. (1991). Beyond the question/non-question alternative in classroom discussion. Journal of Educational Psychology, 83, 159-162.

 

 

 

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