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Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education

September 2012 Volume 12, Number 3


Glen L. Bull; Lynn Bell; Chrystalla Mouza

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Editorial: Technology Leadership for the Teacher Education Initiative

    Sara Dexter, University of Virginia, United States; Mary Herring, University of Northern Iowa, United States; Tommye Thomas, Brenau University, United States

    Teacher education leaders must attend to leadership practices that set direction, develop people, and redesign their programs of teacher education in order to develop technology, pedagogy, and... More

    pp. 255-263

  2. Use of sound with digital text: Full of sound and fury signifying something

    Lynn Shanahan, University at Buffalo, United States

    The purpose of this interpretive case study was to explore—through a close analysis of one class project—students’ use of audio signs and the teacher's scaffolding of the use of audio signs. Two... More

    pp. 264-285

  3. Teachers' statistical problem solving with dynamic technology: Research results across multiple institutions

    Hollylynne Lee, North Carolina State University, United States; Gladis Kersaint, University of South Florida, United States; Suzanne Harper, Miami University, United States; Shannon Driskell, University of Dayton, United States; Keith Leatham, Brigham Young University, United States

    This study examined a random stratified sample (n = 62) of prospective teachers' work across eight institutions on three tasks that utilized dynamic statistical software. The authors considered how... More

    pp. 286-307

  4. Intercollegiate Collaboration: Connecting Social Studies Preservice Teachers at Two Universities

    Jeremy Hilburn, University of North Carolina Wilmington, United States; Brad Maguth, University of Akron, United States

    This qualitative case study explored the collaboration between students in two social studies methods courses at different universities. The authors used technology to connect preservice teachers... More

    pp. 308-327

  5. Software On Demand: An Early Childhood Numeracy Partnership

    Mike Egan & Randy Hengst, Augustana College, United States

    In collaboration with preservice elementary teachers and in-service kindergarten teachers, the authors engaged in small-scale, demand-side production of educational software focused on numeracy... More

    pp. 328-342