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Technology Integration for Instructional Improvement: The Impact of Professional Development
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Performance Improvement Volume 51, Number 2, ISSN 1090-8811

Abstract

Technology purchased for use in the classroom often goes unused. We identify a primary reason for the lack of technology integration as ineffectively developed professional development opportunities for teachers. Then we recommend a sustained, administrative-supported and mentor-supported approach to professional development as an alternative to the ineffective traditional approach. The importance of considering the role of teachers' attitudes and beliefs on their use of technology in professional development is also discussed.

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Potter, S.L. & Rockinson-Szapkiw, A.J. (2012). Technology Integration for Instructional Improvement: The Impact of Professional Development. Performance Improvement, 51(2), 22-27. Retrieved February 24, 2020 from .

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