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Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education

2000 Volume 1, Number 2


Glen L. Bull; Lynn Bell; Chrystalla Mouza

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Number of articles: 6

  1. A Web-Based Resource Providing Reflective Online Support for Preservice Mathematics Teachers on School Practice

    Tony Herrington, Jan Herrington, Ron Oliver & Arshad Omari, Edith Cowan University

    I have come, over the years, in spite of all the reform agendas, to believe that the best we can do in teacher preparation programs, through a variety of courses and clinical experiences in... More

    pp. 117-140

  2. Leaping Fire: Texts and Technology

    Pamela S. Carroll & Cynthia A. Bowman, Florida State University, United States

    As English educators, we are called upon to prepare future teachers of English language arts as they journey from content knowledge, to pedagogical knowledge, to classroom practice. It is an... More

    pp. 229-235

  3. The Power of Technology to Inspire Students and Teachers in English Language Arts Classrooms

    David Medicus & Susan Nelson Wood, Florida State University, United States

    We spent years resisting technology; they had to drag us into the high tech age kicking and screaming! We are English language arts teachers who love books and nice notebooks, good pens, and fresh ... More

    pp. 236-243

  4. Using a Historic Site to Develop Virtual Reality-Enhanced Web-Based Instructional Material: Learning to Use Technology as a Partner in the Classroom

    Greg Sherman & David Hicks, Virginia Tech, United States

    Over the last decade a growing number of social studies educators have mirrored Berson's contention that interactive technologies hold a great deal of potential for transforming the teaching and... More

    pp. 244-257

  5. How Good Practice in Virginia Can Influence Change in England: Trans-Atlantic Lesson Drawing in the Use of Technology in Teaching

    Rob Hulme, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom; Moira Hulme, Keele University, United Kingdom

    The quest to make more effective use of ICT in subject teaching in schools is a major aim of education policy on both sides of the Atlantic. Both British and American Governments have over the past... More

    pp. 262-273

  6. How Exemplary Computer-Using Teachers Differ From Other Teachers: Implications for Realizing the Potential of Computers in Schools

    Henry Jay Becker, University of California

    In a recent study of teachers who had reputations as being expert computer users, researchers at the Bank Street College of Education identified teachers who used computer software to provide... More

    pp. 274-293