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Journal of Computing in Teacher Education

2008 Volume 24, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Reflecting on the Affordances and Constraints of Technologies and Their Impact on Pedagogical Goals

    Joseph R. Freidhoff

    Teacher educators must examine how technology selection facilitates and constrains the learning outcomes of the courses they teach. This article introduces a process for selecting and evaluating... More

    pp. 117-122

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  2. Developing "Technology Together," Together: A Whole-School Metacognitive Approach to ICT Teacher Professional Development

    Renata Phelps & Anne Graham

    Professional development of teachers in information and communication technology (ICT) continues to be an urgent educational imperative. While many teachers are integrating ICT (with varying... More

    pp. 125-133

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  3. Costs and Benefits of Electronic Portfolios in Teacher Education: Faculty Perspectives

    Neal Strudler & Keith Wetzel

    This descriptive study investigated the benefits and costs of using electronic portfolios (EPs) in preservice teacher education. Grounded within change theory, the study examined the perspectives... More

    pp. 135-142

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  4. Are We There Yet?: The Power of Creating an Innovation Configuration Map on the Integration of Technology into Your Teacher Education Program

    Colleen Swain

    This article presents one strand of findings from a two-fold descriptive exploratory case study designed to: (1) investigate teacher educators' decisions regarding the use of technology in his or... More

    pp. 143-147

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