Nora McIntyre
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Are you looking to teach? Cultural, temporal and dynamic insights into expert teacher gaze
NA McIntyre, MT Mainhard, RM Klassen
Learning and Instruction 49, 41-53, 2017
Scanpath analysis of expertise and culture in teacher gaze in real-world classrooms
N McIntyre, T Foulsham
Instructional Science, 2018
Capturing teacher priorities: Using real-world eye-tracking to investigate expert teacher priorities across two cultures
NA McIntyre, H Jarodzka, RM Klassen
Learning and Instruction 60, 215-224, 2019
Reactivity effects in video-based classroom research: An investigation using teacher and student questionnaires as well as teacher eye-tracking
AK Praetorius, NA McIntyre, RM Klassen
Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft 20 (1), 49-74, 2017
Looking to relate: teacher gaze and culture in student-rated teacher interpersonal behaviour
NA McIntyre, KT Mulder, MT Mainhard
Social Psychology of Education, 1-21, 2020
Teach at first sight: Expert teacher gaze across two cultural settings
NA McIntyre
University of York, 2016
Educational television: Rapid evidence review
J Watson, N McIntyre
The EdTech Hub. doi 10, 2020
Rapid Evidence Review: Educational television
J Watson, N McIntyre
EdTechHub. www. edtechhub. org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/RER-TV. pdf, 2020
Methodology for literature reviews undertaken by the EdTech Hub
B Haßler, T Adam, M Brugha, K Damani, Z Allier-Gagneur, S Hennessy, ...
Systemic Mixed-Methods Research—A conceptual framework for EdTech research along the IDIA scale
B Haßler, S Hennessy, D Hollow, L Simpson, A Carter, K Damani, ...
Exploring collaboration during mathematics problem solving in the classroom with multiple mobile eye tracking
E Haataja, J Salminen-Saari, A Laine, M Huotilainen, N McIntyre, ...
Utrecht University, 2017
Keeping track of expert teachers: Comparing the affordances of think-aloud elicited by two different video perspectives.
N McIntyre, B Draycott, C Wolff
Learning and Instruction, 2021
Students in sight: Using mobile eye-tracking to investigate mathematics teachers’ gaze behaviour during task instruction-giving
O Määttä, N McIntyre, J Palomäki, MS Hannula, P Scheinin, P Ihantola
Frontline Learning Research, 2021
A Literature Overview of Accountability and EdTech: Recommendations for Using Technology to Improve Accountability in Educational Systems from Ghana and Other LMICs
N Mcintyre, R Sabates, MJ Eberhardt
Working Paper]. EdTech Hub. https://doi. org/10.5281/zenodo. 4575561 …, 2021
Technology, Teacher Professional Development and Low-and Middle-Income Countries: Technical report on systematic mapping review
S Hennessy, S D’Angelo, N McIntyre, S Koomar, A Kreimeia, L Cao, ...
Technical Report. https://doi. org/10.53832/edtechhub. 0047. Available at …, 2021
Adapting to multi-layered marginalisation: nsights from machine learning analysis of big data from one math learning game
N Mcintyre
New solutions for educational eye-tracking research
N Mcintyre
What does post-pandemic educational research tell us about online learning experiences?
N McIntyre
Covid-19, EdTech and survey alignment in education
R Fitzpatrick, N Mcintyre, S Wilson, P Rose
Rapid evidence review: educational television for LMICs in emergency school closure
N Mcintyre, J Watson
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