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Journal of Computing in Teacher Education

2004 Volume 20, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Beliefs about Learning, Instruction, and Technology among Elementary School Teachers

    Nicole J. Kurz-McDowell & Robert D. Hannafin

    The current study investigated six teachers, three in second grade and three in fourth grade, and their beliefs about learning, instruction, and technology. The first significant finding was that... More

    pp. 97-105

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  2. Implications of Ubiquitous Computing for the Social Studies Curriculum

    Stephanie D. van Hover, Michael J. Berson, Cheryl Mason Bolick & Kathleen Owings Swan

    In March 2002, members of the National Technology Leadership Initiative (NTLI) met in Charlottesville, Virginia to discuss the potential effects of ubiquitous computing on the field of education.... More

    pp. 107-111

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  3. Teaming with Technology: A Case Study of a Faculty Design Team Developing Electronic Portfolios

    Gregory L. Waddoups, Nancy Wentworth & Rodney Earle

    To better prepare preservice candidates for teaching in the information age, the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) has defined National Educational Technology Standards (NETS... More

    pp. 113-120

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  4. Situating Teacher Education: From the University Classroom to the "Real" Classroom

    Pedro Hernandez-Ramos & Carol Ann Giancarlo

    This article presents a descriptive case study on the first experience moving a required teacher preparation instructional technology course from the university classroom into an elementary school ... More

    pp. 121-128

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