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We take app evaluation seriously

All of our reviews are conducted by using either 24-point Educational App Rubric or 20-point Teacher Resource App Rubric. The development of these two rubrics is deeply rooted from human motivation, human interactive design, multimedia learning principles, and usability design.

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Conference Presentations

  • Cherner, T., Kokopeli, E., Orzali, J., & Linnemann, P. (2017, February). Wrestling with webquests: Digitalizing inquiry-based instruction. Workshop session presented at the iPDX conference in Portland, OR. (Google Slides)
  • Cherner, T. (2015 November). Educational App Integration: Creating Tablet-Enhanced Instruction. Concurrent session at the Teaching and Learning with the iPad 2015 conference, Raleigh, NC. (PowerPoint Slides)
  • Fegely, A. (2015 November). First Class Apps for Teaching and Learning. Concurrent session at the Teaching and Learning with the iPad 2015 conference, Raleigh, NC. (PowerPoint Slides)
  • Cherner, T., & Lee, C. (2015, February). App Ed Review: Supporting Teachers in Finding, Planning, and Using the “Right” App with Students. Research session presented at the Association of Teacher Educators’ Annual Conference, Phoenix, AZ.
  • Cherner, T., & Lee, C. (2014, October). Anxious About Apps? If so, We Have the Resource for You! Research session presented at the Southeast Association of Teacher Educators’ Fall Conference, Charleston, SC.
  • Cherner, T., & Lee. C. (2014, October). Drowning in a Sea of Apps: App Ed Review as a Lifesaver. Table Discussion presented at Coastal Carolina University’s Faculty Summit, Conway, SC.
  • Cherner, T., & Lee, C. (2014, July). App Attack: Assisting Teachers in Choosing and Using Apps in Their Classroom. Presented at ETV summer conference as breakout session.
  • Cherner, T., Lee, C., & Dix, J. (February, 2014). Drowning in a Sea of Apps: App Ed Review as a Lifesaver. Concurrent session at the South Carolina International Reading Association’s annual conference, Myrtle Beach, SC.
  • Cherner, T., & Lee. C. (2013, November). Advancing the Use of Tablet Technology:
    An Instructional Resource for PreK-12 Teachers
    . Presented at Coastal Carolina University to the University’s Legal Advisory Council.
  • Cherner, T. (2013, October). So Many Apps, but Which Ones Are the Best? Research session presented at the Southeast Association of Teacher Educators’ Fall Conference, Sarasota, FL.
  • Lee, C., & Cherner, T. (2014, March). Advancing the Use of Tablet Technology:
    An Instructional Resource for PreK-12 Teachers
    . Plenary session at the Technology Literacy Conference, Myrtle Beach, SC.
  • Cherner, T., & Lee, C. (2013, November). App Ed Review: Supporting teachers in finding the right app. Research session presented at South Carolina Career Guidance and Placement Association’s Fall Conference, Myrtle Beach, SC.

Grant Applications

  • Drowning in a Sea of Apps: App Ed Review as a Lifesaver (Funded: Award of $5,000)
    Coastal Carolina University: Professional Enhancement Grant (2013)
  • Drowning in a Sea of Apps: App Ed Review as a Lifesaver (1st-round, unfunded)
    The Spencer Foundation (2013, October)
  • Drowning in a Sea of Apps: App Ed Review as a Lifesaver (2nd-round, unfunded)
    The Spencer Foundation (2013, April)

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