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Journal of Computing in Teacher Education

1996 Volume 13, Number 1

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Studying Diversity Issues in Teacher Education Using Online Discussions

    David R. Wizer & Sylven S. Beck

    Describes a graduate preservice education course on diversity that used online e-mail discussions to facilitate learning. The activity successfully involved all students in the online discussions, ... More

    pp. 6-11

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  2. Using a Portfolio To Assess Preservice Teachers' Technology Competence

    Elizabeth Petrakis

    To ensure that all teacher candidates were computer competent before entering preservice education, one university assessed students' computer skills and determined the type of assessment they... More

    pp. 12-13

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  3. Ten Tips To Aid Teachers Creating Multimedia Presentations

    Willie Ennis & Demetria Ennis

    Suggestions to help teachers create original multimedia presentations and lessons include building resource teams, knowing intellectual property and copyright issues, analyzing target audiences,... More

    pp. 16-20

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  4. Using Subjective Norms To Predict Teachers' Computer Use

    Henryk R. Marcinkiewicz & Neil G. Regstad

    Study examined how elementary teachers' personal variables predicted their classroom computer use. Teachers completed questionnaires that assessed level of computer use, subjective norms,... More

    pp. 27-33

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