Research Professor Emeritus, RCGD
- 5250 ISR
Johnston's Teaching, Learning and Technology Program focuses on technology and learning issues. Studies have explored how learning is shaped by factors in the product design as well as by factors outside the product: teaching practices, student assignments, arrangement of the learning space and classroom interaction patterns. He has studied a wide range of content domains, including social studies, science, writing, adult literacy, foreign languages, and social values. In his current work he is constructing electronic networks of teachers and studying what is required to build group cohesiveness and develop new skills in an environment with limited face-to-face interaction.
- Bachman, Jerald G., Patrick M. O'Malley, and Jerome Johnston. 1979. "Response to Silberman." Educational Leadership 36(7): 489-490.