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Journal of Computing in Teacher Education

1998 Volume 14, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. High-Tech Schools and Low-Tech Teaching. A Commentary

    Larry Cuban

    Both college faculty and public school teachers make limited, unimaginative use of new technologies, despite having equipment available. This is partially the result of teachers' attitudes toward... More

    pp. 6-7

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  2. Computer-Mediated Communication in Preservice Teacher Education: Surveying Research, Identifying Problems, and Considering Needs

    Mark J. Van Gorp

    Examines computer-mediated communication (CMC) in preservice teacher education, documenting emerging problems and arising needs. After describing CMC and categorizing its utilization in preservice ... More

    pp. 8-14

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  3. The Effects of Three Different Foci in Graduate Introductory Computer Courses on Educators' Stages of Concern

    Richard C. Overbaugh

    Compared beginning educational computer user's beliefs about classroom computing before and after completing one of three types of introductory computer courses. Stages of Concern survey data... More

    pp. 15-23

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  4. Faculty Development in the Integration of Technology in Teacher Education Courses

    Debra Sprague, Kimberly Kopfman & Sandi de Levante Dorsey

    Describes implementation of a mentoring program to improve university faculty members' technology skills. Students in a graduate instructional technology course were paired with faculty according... More

    pp. 24-28

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