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Journal of Technology and Teacher Education

July 2014 Volume 22, Number 3

Editors

Richard E. Ferdig

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. The Influence of a Technology-Based Internship on First-Year Teachers’ Instructional Decision-Making

    Curby Alexander, Texas Christian University, United States; William Kjellstrom, University of Virginia, United States

    This qualitative study examined the influence of technology-based internships on teachers’ instructional decision-making during their first year in the classroom. Field experiences offer preservice... More

    pp. 265-285

  2. Online Professional Development for High-School Biology Teachers: Effects on Teachers’ and Students’ Knowledge

    Lauren Goldenberg, New York City Department of Education, United States; Katherine Culp, Margaret Clements, Alice Anderson & Marian Pasquale, Education Development Center, Inc., United States

    One chronic challenge facing professional development providers is the need to convene and support groups of role-alike K-12 teachers who require similar kinds of discipline- and grade-level... More

    pp. 287-309

  3. The Shifting Spaces of Teacher Relationships: Complementary Methods in Examinations of Teachers' Digital Practices

    Elizabeth Homan, University of Michigan, United States

    Today’s teachers are faced with a number of options when it comes to sharing knowledge about their professions. In the digital age, teachers use social media, online professional networks, email... More

    pp. 311-331

  4. TPACK Development in a Three-year Online Masters Program: How Do Teacher Perceptions Align with Classroom Practice?

    Nancy Staus, Henry Gillow-Wiles & Margaret Niess, Oregon State University, United States

    A new primarily distance education Master's degree program was focused on the development of technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPACK) for integrating appropriate digital technologies in ... More

    pp. 333-360

  5. Structured Communities, Science Instruction Development, And The Use Of Blogging In A Pre-Service Elementary Teacher Education Program

    Steven Wall, Janice Anderson & Julie Justice, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, United States

    This study evaluates the use of blogging and what it reveals about the development of science teaching ability in pre-service elementary education majors. The investigation occurs in a structured ... More

    pp. 361-395