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Examining Teacher Technology Use: Implications for Preservice and Inservice Teacher Preparation
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Journal of Teacher Education Volume 54, Number 4, ISSN 0022-4871

Abstract

Surveyed Massachusetts teachers regarding the extent to which they used technology within and outside of the classroom for instructional purposes. Results highlighted six categories of instructional technology use (preparation, e-mail, teacher- directed student use, recording grades, delivery, and special education and accommodation). New teachers were more comfortable with technology and used it more for preparation, while experienced teachers used it more often to deliver instruction and for student activities. (SM)

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Russell, M., Bebell, D., O'Dwyer, L. & O'Connor, K. (2003). Examining Teacher Technology Use: Implications for Preservice and Inservice Teacher Preparation. Journal of Teacher Education, 54(4), 297-310. Retrieved December 10, 2019 from .

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