Publications

Publications in HWL (Selected)

Recent Refereed Proceedings

Petrina, S., Feng, F., Gutica, M., Rusnak, PJ, Teja, F. & Wang, Y. (2010). Designerly ways of being, knowing, doing and learning: A symposium. Presented at the first bi-annual Technological Learning and Thinking: Culture, Design, Sustainability, Human Ingenuity conference. Vancouver, BC, 17-21 June.

  1. Teja, F. & Petrina. (2010). Youth learning to design, build and program robots: A study of distributed cognition. Proceedings of the Technological Learning and Thinking: Culture, Design, Sustainability, Human Ingenuity conference. Vancouver, BC, 17-21 June.
  2. Rusnak, PJ, Petrina, S., Feng, F. & Wang, Y. (2010). Being@play. Proceedings of the Technological Learning and Thinking: Culture, Design, Sustainability, Human Ingenuity conference. Vancouver, BC, 17-21 June.
  3. Gutica, M. & Petrina, S. (2010). Emotional design: Perspectives of IT designers. Proceedings of the Learning and Thinking: Culture, Design, Sustainability, Human Ingenuity conference. Vancouver, BC, 17-21 June.
  4. Wang, Y. & Petrina, S. (2010). Designing chatbot technologies: A virtual agent for stimulating adults’ oral English practices. Proceedings of the Technological Learning and Thinking: Culture, Design, Sustainability, Human Ingenuity conference. Vancouver, BC, 17-21 June.
  5. Petrina, S. & Feng, F. (2010). Researching design and engineering cognition. Proceedings of the Technological Learning and Thinking: Culture, Design, Sustainability, Human Ingenuity conference. Vancouver, BC, 17-21 June.

Selected Publications:

Brennan, K (2006). The managed teacher: Emotional labour and technology. Educational Insights, 10(2), 55-65.

Brennan, K., Feng, F., Hall, L. & Petrina, S. (2007). On the complexity of technology and the technology of complexity. Paper at the Fourth Complexity Science and Educational Research conference, 18-20 February, Vancouver, BC. (40 pp.)

Brennan, K., Feng, F., Hall, L. & Petrina, S. (2007). On the complexity of technology and the technology of complexity. In. B. Davis (Ed.), Proceedings of the Fourth Complexity Science and Educational Research conference, 47-73.

Brennan, K., Feng, F., Hall, L., Kojima, D. & Petrina, S. (2007, 27 June). Researching cognition and technology: Dynamically responsive learning environments. Proceedings of the Ed-Media World Conference, Vancouver, 25-29 June 2007. (6 pp.)

Bryson, M., Petrina, S. & Weir, L. (Eds.). (2005). Academic freedom & IP rights in an era of the automation and commercialization of higher education: Special issue of Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labor, 7(1).

Cook, S. & Petrina, S. (2005). Changing tastes: Coca-Cola, water and the commercialization of higher education. Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labor, 7(1), 95-111.

Guo, R. X., Dobson, T. & Petrina, S. (2008). Digital natives, digital immigrants: An analysis of age and ICT competency in teacher education. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 38(3), 235-254.

Hall, L. (2007). Relationality, hybridity, awareness: Being with AIBO. Unpublished Masters Thesis, University of British Columbia.

James, K. & Petrina, S. (2006). After-lifelong learning: A eulogium. Taboo, 10(2), 5-23.

Kim, J. & Petrina, S. (2006). Emotional laboring in the video game, The Sims: A curriculum of emotional experience. Educational Insights, 10(2), 84-94.

Kim, S. (2006). Capitorgs and free/libre and open source software (FLOSS): Toward critical technological literacy and free/libre and open source society (FLOSS). Educational Insights, 10(2), 6-16.

Namita, Y. (2006). Pulling Back the Curtain: Corporate Media Literacy and Media Education. Educational Insights, 10(2), 71-83.

Nashon, S., Nielson, W. & Petrina, S. (2008). Whatever happened to STS? Preservice physics teachers and the history of quantum mechanics. Science & Education, 17(4), 387-401.

Park, H., Khan, S. & Petrina, S. (2008). ICT in science education: A quasi-experimental study of achievement, attitudes toward science, and career aspirations of Korean middle school students. International Journal of Science Education, 31(8), 993-1012.

Peterson, J. (2006). Digital as Poetic: C/A/R/Tographic Inquiry into the Anorexic Commons. Educational Insights, 10(2), 17-31.

Petrina, S. (in press, 2008). Techontology. New York: Peter Lang.

Petrina, S. (2008). Academic freedom for K-12 teachers. In S. Mathison & W. Ross (Eds.), Battleground: Schools: An encyclopedia of conflict and controversy (p. 1-11). New York: Greenwood.

Petrina, S. (2007). Advanced teaching methods for the technology classroom. Hershey, PA: Information Science, Inc. (400 pp.)

Petrina, S. (2007). 2020 vision: On the politics of technology. In D. Barlex (Ed.), Design & technology– For the next generation (pp. 32-41). London: Nuffield Foundation.

Petrina, S. (2006). The medicalization of education: A historiographic synthesis. History of Education Quarterly, 46(1), 503-532.

Petrina, S. (2006). C&I high. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 3(2), 125-147.

Petrina, S. (2005). How (and why) digital diploma mills (don’t) work: Academic freedom, intellectual property rights and UBC’s Master of Educational Technology program. Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labor, 7(1), 38-59.

Petrina, S. (2004). Luella Cole, Sidney Pressey and educational psychoanalysis, 1921-1931. History of Education Quarterly, 44(4), 524-553.

Petrina, S. (2004). The politics of curriculum and instructional design / theory / form. Interchange, 35(1), 81-126.

Petrina, S. (2004). Recreating the student body: The Bowling Wars. In P. Vertinsky & S. McKay (Eds.), Disciplining Bodies in the Gymnasium: Memory, Monument and Modernism (pp. 74-98). New York: Routledge.

Petrina, S. (2004). Change and technology in the United States: A geography and history resource for students and teachers. Reston, VA: Council for Technology Teacher Education and International Technology Education Association. E-Book. (128 pp.)

Petrina, S. (2003). The educational technology is technology education manifesto. Journal of Technology Education, 15(1), 63-73.

Petrina, S. & Feng, F. (2006). On techno-theology and the sacred: Exploring technology and spirituality. In H. Middleton (Ed.), Proceedings of the 4th Biennial International Conference on Technology Education Research (pp. 337-349). Brisbane, QLD: Griffith University.

Petrina, S. (2007). Advanced teaching methods for the technology classroom. Hershey, PA: Information Science, Inc. (400 pp.)

Petrina, S. & Guo, R. (2007). Developing a large-scale assessment of technological literacy. In M. Hoepfl & M. Lindstrom (Eds.), Assessment in technology education (pp. 157-180). New York: Glencoe-McGraw Hill.

Petrina, S. & Weir, L. (2005). Commercializing academic freedom: R&D, technology transfer, patents and copyrights. Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labor, 7(1), 112-118.

Petrina, S., Castro, J., Feng, F., Hall, L., James, K., Kojima, D., Rusnak, PJ & Trey, L. (under review). On learning, and the learning arts, sciences and technologies.

Petrina, S., Feng, F. & Kim, J. (2007). Researching cognition and technology: How we learn across the lifespan. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 17(3), 1-22.

Petrina, S., Kaminski, J. & Feng, F. (2006a). Artificial educational insights and educational dystopia. Special issue of Educational Insights, 10(2), 1-129 + media productions.

Petrina, S., Kaminski, J. & Feng, F. (2006b). Artificial educational insights and virtual dystopia— The machine in classroom seven, ca. 2020. Educational Insights, 10(2), 1-5.

Petrina, S., Volk, K. and Kim. S. (2004). Technology and rights. International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 14(3), 181-204.

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