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Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education

June 2017 Volume 17, Number 2

Editors

Glen L. Bull; Lynn Bell; Chrystalla Mouza

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 9

  1. Editorial: Strengthening the Impact, Novelty and Diversity of Research on Technology and Teacher Education

    Chrystalla Mouza, University of Delaware, United States

    The new editor's vision for the next phase of the journal focuses on four areas that would further elevate CITE Journal as a leading platform for the dissemination of research focusing on... More

    pp. 154-159

  2. Commentary: Response of the Association of Science Teacher Educators to “An Interview with Joseph South”

    Gillian Roehrig, University of Minnesota, United States; Joshua Ellis, Michigan Technological University, United States

    It is the position of the Association for Science Teacher Education that qualified science teachers should possess a strong knowledge base in understanding how implementing technology in science... More

    pp. 160-162

  3. Commentary: Social Studies Education Response to “An Interview with Joseph South”

    Meghan Manfra, North Carolina State University, United States

    This is a perspective of the social studies educational research community in response to the interview of Joseph South. Despite the relative availability of digital primary sources, social studies... More

    pp. 163-167

  4. Designing Pedagogy with New Media: A Tangle of Teachers, Strategies, and Tactics

    Julie Rust, Millsaps College, United States

    Although increasingly encouraged to incorporate digital media into classrooms to prepare students for engaged participation in a digital world, teachers are often taken by surprise when paradigm... More

    pp. 168-193

  5. The Efficacy and Impact of a Hybrid Professional Development Model on Handheld Graphing Technology Use

    Daniel Ilaria, West Chester Univeristy, United States

    Online teacher professional development is becoming more prevalent as the ability to harness technology to bring teachers and resources together becomes easier. Research is needed, however, to... More

    pp. 194-204

  6. Using Personal Science Story Podcasts to Reflect on Language and Connections to Science

    Jennifer Kreps Frisch, University of Minnesota Duluth, United States; Neporcha Cone & Brendan Callahan, Kennesaw State University, United States

    This study describes a personal science story podcasting assignment that was developed to help preservice teachers reflect on their use of everyday and academic vocabulary in the context of science... More

    pp. 205-228

  7. 3D Modeling and Printing in History/Social Studies Classrooms: Initial Lessons and Insights

    Robert Maloy, Torrey Trust, Suzan Kommers, Allison Malinowski & Irene LaRoche, University of Massachusetts Amherst, United States

    This exploratory study examined the use of 3D technology by teachers and students in four middle school history/social studies classrooms. As part of a university-developed 3D Printing 4 Teaching &... More

    pp. 229-249

  8. Reflecting on the Challenges of Informal Contexts: Early Field Experiences With Technology in Teacher Education

    Nick Lux, Amanda Obery, Jamie Cornish, Jamie Cornish, Bruna Irene Grimberg, Bruna Irene Grimberg, Anthony Hartshorn & Anthony Hartshorn, Montana State University, United States

    Early field experiences, or those that come early in a teacher’s preparation before more formalized opportunities like practicum and student teaching, can provide a venue for pre service teachers... More

    pp. 250-267

  9. Enhancement or Transformation? A Case Study of Preservice Teachers’ Use of Instructional Technology

    Todd Cherner, Portland State University, United States; Kristal Curry, Coastal Carolina University, United States

    Instructional technology has become a crucial component of public education. Reflected in the college and career-ready standards being implemented across the United States, an emphasis has been... More

    pp. 268-290