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Peruse our faculty members' academic histories, course offerings, professional activities, recent publications, as well as recently funded grants, contracts, and awards:

Larry Bencze
Clare Brett
Rina Cohen
Indigo Esmonde
Wanja Gitari
Gila Hanna
Jim Hewitt
Ron Lancaster
Cathy Marks Krpan
Douglas McDougall
Erminia Pedretti
John Percy
Jim Slotta
John Wallace




Jim Hewitt
Associate Professor

phone: (416) 978-0123
email: jim.hewitt@utoronto.ca  
email: jhewitt@oise.utoronto.ca

Curriculum Vitae

http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/Curriculum_Vitae/Jim_Hewitt_CV.pdf

Representative Publications

BOOKS

Hewitt, J. & DeCoito, I. (2004). OISE Papers in Educational Technologies. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

Hewitt J (2005). Instructional technologies, technocentrism, and science education. In S. Alsop, L. Bencze, & E. Pedretti (Eds.), Analysing exemplary science teaching: Theoretical lenses and a spectrum of possibilities for practice (pp. 160-170). Buckingham: Open University Press.

Hewitt, J. (2004). Editorial. In J. Hewitt & I. DeCoito (Eds.) OISE Papers in Educational Technologies (pp. 1-2). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Young, L., Hardman, W., Hewitt, J. & Messina, R. (2004). A comparative analysis of face-to-face mentoring and real-time telementoring. In J. Hewitt & I. DeCoito (Eds.) OISE Papers in Educational Technologies (pp. 155-163). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Hewitt J (2004). An exploration of community in a Knowledge Forum classroom: An activity system analysis. In S. Barab, R. Kling & J. Gray (Eds.) Designing virtual communities in the service of learning (pp. 210-238). Cambridge MA: Cambridge University Press.

ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS

Peters, V., & Hewitt, J. (2010). An investigation of student practices in asynchronous computer conferencing courses. Computers & Education, 54, 951-961.

Bencze, L., Hewitt, J., & Pedretti, E. (2009). Personalizing and contextualizing multimedia case methods in university-based teacher education: An important modification for promoting technological design in school science. Research in Science Education, 39(1), 93-109.

Pedretti, E., Bencze, L., Hewitt, J., Romkey, L., & Jivraj, A. (2008). Promoting issues-based STSE perspectives in science teacher education: Problems of identity and ideology. Science & Education, 17(8/9), 941-960.

Hewitt, J., Brett, C. & Peters, V. (2007). Scan Rate: A new metric for the analysis of reading behaviors in asynchronous computer conferencing environments. American Journal of Distance Education, 21(4), 1-17.


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