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Journal of Computing in Teacher Education

2009 Volume 25, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Unanticipated Findings: Gains by Cooperating Teachers via Video-Mediated Conferencing

    Jillian Ardley

    This article describes the transformations that took place as two veteran teachers grappled with the insertion of video-mediated videoconferencing (VMC) for practicums during an initial study that... More

    pp. 81-86

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  2. Digital Natives as Preservice Teachers: What Technology Preparation Is Needed?

    Jing Lei

    This study focused on "digital natives" as preservice teachers to examine their beliefs, attitudes, and technology experiences and expertise, identify the strengths and weaknesses in their... More

    pp. 87-97

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  3. Teaching Formative Assessment Strategies to Preservice Teachers: Exploring the Use of Handheld Computing to Facilitate the Action Research Process

    Kristin Redington Bennett & Ann C. Cunningham

    Appropriate classroom assessment now tends to utilize formative measures with greater frequency, especially in the early grades and with learner groups at risk of not passing state-mandated... More

    pp. 99-105

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  4. Tools for Data-Driven Decision Making in Teacher Education: Designing a Portal to Conduct Field Observation Inquiry

    Gerry Swan

    Knowledge management (KM) and data-driven decision making (DDDM) are terms that are used with more frequency in teacher education. Although accreditation expectations and the increased focus on... More

    pp. 107-113

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