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Journal of Technology and Teacher Education

January 2005 Volume 13, Number 1

Editors

Richard E. Ferdig

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. Teachers, Technology, and Change: English Teachers’ Perspectives

    Ewa McGrail, Georgia State University

    This article reports on a study of English language arts teachers' attempts to integrate technology into the English classroom. Informants included middle and high school English teachers with... More

    pp. 5-24

  2. Lessons Learned from Service Learning and Reverse Mentoring in Faculty Development: A Case Study in Technology Training

    Amy S. C. Leh, California State University San Bernardino, United States

    This article introduces technology training designed for university professors who work with preservice and emergency teachers at a College of Education of a state university. The technology... More

    pp. 25-41

  3. Training Teachers to Integrate Technology into the Classroom Curriculum: Online versus Face-to-Face Course Delivery

    Jana Willis, University of Houston – Clear Lake; Lauren Cifuentes, Texas A&M University

    Affordances of online (OL) and face-to-face (F2F) teacher technology training environments provide different learning experiences for teachers, which have an impact on both the critical outcomes of... More

    pp. 43-63

  4. Active Learning and Preservice Teachers’ Experiences in an Online Course: A Case Study

    Selma Vonderwell, Cleveland State University; Sandra Turner, Ohio University

    The purpose of this qualitative case study was to examine preservice teachers' experiences and the meaning they gave to their experiences in a "Technology Applications in Education" online course. ... More

    pp. 65-84

  5. Responsive Dissemination: A Data-Driven Approach to Change

    Lorraine Sherry, RMC Research Corporation; David Gibson, National Institute for Community Innovations

    The Teacher Education Network (TEN), a 2000 PT3 Catalyst grantee, developed a model of responsive dissemination. In contrast to traditional information transmission, responsive dissemination... More

    pp. 85-104

  6. Developing a New Technology Infusion Program for Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers

    James Rowley, Gina Dysard & Jackie Arnold, University of Dayton

    Many schools, colleges, and departments of education across America are currently rethinking the manner in which they are preparing tomorrow's teachers to use technology. Responding to new... More

    pp. 105-123

  7. Strengthening Educational Technology in K-8 Urban Schools and in Preservice Teacher Education: A Practitioner-Faculty Collaborative Process

    Karen Murphy, Wheelock College, United States; Judith Richards, Graham and Parks Alternative Public School/Wheelock College, United States; Colleen Lewis & Elizabeth Carman, Martin Luther King Elementary School, United States

    If classroom teachers are to meet the need for meaningful integration of technology in educational settings, there must be a restructuring of both teacher preparation programs and current classroom... More

    pp. 125-139

  8. The Case for Hypermedia Video Ethnographies: Designing a New Class of Case Studies that Challenge Teaching Practice

    R. Carl Harris, Stefinee Pinnegar & Annela Teemant, Brigham Young University

    Teacher educators are under increased pressure to prepare preservice teachers theoretically and practically to teach culturally, linguistically, and learning diverse students. This article... More

    pp. 141-161