Chapters in Books

  • Mioduser, D. (2015). The pedagogical ecology of technology education – agenda for future R&D. In A. Jones, and J. Williams (Eds.), Agenda for the future of technology education, Springer.
  • Zuzovsky, R. & Mioduser, D.(2013). Learning about ecological systems by constructing qualitative models (Hebrew). In Z. Libman (Ed.), The Constructivist approach and its implications for teaching and learning.
  • Mioduser, D. (2009). Learning technological problem solving - cognitive/epistemological perspective. In A. Jones & M. deVries (Eds.) International Handbook for Research and Development in Technology Education. Sense Publishers.
  • Nachmias, R., Mioduser, D., Tubin, D., & Forkosh-Baruch, A. (2009). National policies and practices on ICT in education in Israel. In T. Plomp, R. Anderson, N. Law & A. Quale (Eds.) Cross-national ICT policies and practices in education - revised edition, Pp. 403-422, Greenwitch, CN: Information Age Publishing.
  • Mioduser, D., Nachmias, R., & Forkosh-Baruch, A. (2008). New literacies for the knowledge society. In J. Voogt & G. Knezek (Eds.). International Handbook of Information Technology in Education, 23-42. Springer.
  • Nachmias, R., Mioduser, D., & Forkosh-Baruch, A. (2008). Innovative Pedagogical Practices Using Technology: The Curriculum Perspective. In J. Voogt & G. Knezek (Eds.). International Handbook of Information Technology in Education, 163-179. Springer.
  • Nachmias, R., Ram, J., & Mioduser, D. (2006). Virtual TAU: the study of a campus wide implementation of blended learning. In C. Bonk, & C. Graham (Eds.), The Handbook of Blended Learning environments. Pfeiffer.
  • Mioduser, D. (2005). From real virtuality in Lascaux to virtual reality today: cognitive processes with cognitive technologies. In T. Trabasso, J. Sabatini, D. Massaro, & Robert C. Calfee (Eds). From orthography to pedagogy: Essays in honor of Richard L. Venezky, Pp. 173-192, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Nachmias, R., Mioduser, D., Forkosh-Baruch, A., & Tubin, D. (2003). ICT in education national policies and practices in the state of Israel. In T. Plomp, R. Anderson, N. Law & A. Quale (Eds.) Cross-national ICT policy and practices in education, Pp. 307-320, Greenwitch, CN: Information Age Publishing.
  • Nachmias, R., & Mioduser, D. (2003). Internet in Education: current state and trends. In R. Shapira, Y. Dror, & D. Nevo (Eds.), Educational Policy in Israel in the 2000’s, Pp. 289-314, Tel-Aviv: Tel-Aviv University and Ramot, (Hebrew).
  • Mioduser, D., & Nachmias, R. (2002). WWW in education - an overview. In H. Adelsberger, B. Collis, & M. Pawlowsky (Eds.). Handbook on Information Technologies for education & training, Pp. 23-43, Berlin/Heidelberg/New York: Springer.
  • Levi, S., Mioduser, D., & Vadim, T. (2001). Concrete-abstractions stage in kindergarten children's perception and construction of robotic control rules. In Mottier, L., and De Vries, M. (Eds.), New media in technology education, Pp. 237-244.
  • Mioduser, D., Nachmias, R., & Baruch, A. (1999). Israeli national ICT-related policies. In W. Pelgrum, & R. Anderson (Eds.), ICT and the emerging paradigm for Life Long Learning: a worldwide educational assessment of infrastructure, goals, and practices, Pp. 51-54, Netherlands: IEA.
  • Mioduser, D. (1998). Conceptual framework for the study of technological problem-solving processes and skills. In R. Stavy, & D. Tirosh (Eds.), Theory and practice in Science, Mathematics and Technology teaching, Pp. 253-272, Tel-Aviv: Ramot, (Hebrew).
  • Oren, A., & Mioduser, D. (1998). Galileo - A knowledge park in Cyberspace. In Berge, Z. and Collins, M. (Eds.), The Online Classroom in K-12, Pp. 79-94. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 1998.
  • Oren, A., Mioduser, D., & Lahav, O. (1997). "Knowmagine" - A Virtual Museum for Science, Technology and Culture. In A. Paldi (Ed.), Challenges to Education, pp. 341-349, Tel-Aviv: Ramot, (Hebrew).
  • Mioduser, D. (1995). Virtual Reality in Lascaux caves: on cognitive processes with cognitive technologies. In D. Chen (Ed.), Education towards the XXI century, Pp. 549-564, Tel-Aviv: Ramot, (Hebrew).
  • Mioduser, D., Venezky, R.L., & Gong, B. (1992). Science and Technology as a Basis for an Integrated Science Curriculum. In Cheek, D. W. (Ed.): Technological Literacy, 9 pp, ERIC Clearinghouse for Social Studies/Social Science Education.
  • Mioduser, D., Chen, D., & Nachmias, R. (1987). Man Coping Within an Information Society. In Taylor, C. A. (Ed.): Science Education and Information Transfer, Pp. 137-147, Oxford: ICSU Press by Pergamon Press.
  • Nachmias, R.; Mioduser, D., & Chen, D. (1985). A cognitive-Curricular Model for Teaching Computer Programming to Children. In Duncan, K.; Harris, D. (Ed.): Computers in Education, Pp 89-95, North-Holland: Elsevier Science Publishers.
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