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Journal of Technology and Teacher Education

July 2005 Volume 13, Number 3

Editors

Richard E. Ferdig

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. Teaming:Constructing High Quality Faculty Development in a PT3 Project

    Meredith Ludwig, American Institutes for Research, United States; Juliana Taymans, George Washington University, United States

    Abstract Research has provided important lessons about developing and delivering high quality professional development to educators. Features identified as indicative of high quality... More

    pp. 357-372

  2. Web-Based Digital Teaching Portfolios: Fostering Reflection and Technolog Teacher Education Students

    Natalie B. Milman, The George Washington University, United States

    This paper describes the findings of a qualitative study to examine preservice teacher education students’ experiences and reasons for creating digital teaching portfolios. Also, it examines the... More

    pp. 373-396

  3. Collaborative Online Problem Solving with Preservice General Education and Special Education Teachers

    Stephanie Kurtts, UNCG, United States; Katharine Hibbard, Framingham State College, United States; Barbara Levin, UNCG, United States

    This study examined the online collaboration and problem solving processes of preservice general education and special education teachers from two different states. The use of online collaborative... More

    pp. 397-414

  4. Can Preservice Teacher Education Really Help Grow a Literacy Teacher?: Examining Preservice Teachers’ Perceptions of Multimedia Case-Based Instruction

    Elizabeth Baker, Univ of Missouri, United States

    Since the 1980s, when studies indicated that inservice teachers perceived that their preservice preparation was inadequate (Feiman-Nemser & Buchmann, 1985; Lyon, Vaasen, & Toomey, 1989), teacher... More

    pp. 415-431

  5. Comparative Analysis and Validation of Instructivist and Constructivist Self-Reflective Tools (IPSRT and CPSRT) for Novice Instructional Planners

    Amy Baylor, Florida State University, United States; Anastasia Kitsantas, George Mason University, United States

    Developing effective instructional plans from both a traditional approach (e.g., instructivist) as well as a constructivist approach is clearly important for preservice teacher education. This... More

    pp. 433-457

  6. Understanding Online Learning Through a Qualitative Description of Profesors and Students' Experiences

    Teresa Lao & Carmen Gonzales, New Mexico State University, United States

    ABSTRACT Many things are not understood about distance education despite its popularity and growth in institutions of higher education (IHEs). That is why it is important to recognize faculty and... More

    pp. 459-474

  7. Using Video to Support Teachers’ Ability to Notice Classroom Interactions

    Miriam Sherin & Elizabeth van Es, Northwestern University, United States

    This paper examines how video can be used to help pre-service and in-service teachers learn to notice what is happening in their classrooms. Data from two related studies are presented. In the... More

    pp. 475-491

  8. A Strategy for Technology Training As Part of a Master’s Program Conducted at a School Site

    Stephen T. Adams, California State University, Long Beach, United States

    This case study evaluates a field-based strategy for training in-service elementary teachers to use technology. The strategy, which was incorporated into the Long Beach Professional Development... More

    pp. 493-514