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Journal of Technology and Teacher Education

2001 Volume 9, Number 3

Editors

Richard E. Ferdig

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 9

  1. Hardware Versus Brainware: Where Are Technology Dollars Being Invested?

    Stephen J. Farenga, The City University of New York, United States; Beverly A. Joyce, Dowling College, United States

    The literature suggests that technology is the promise for transforming teaching and learning. However, investment in classroom computers and online capabilities significantly surpasses investment ... More

    pp. 313-319

  2. Some Factors in the Development of Self-Efficacy Beliefs for Computer Use Among Teacher Education Students

    Peter R. Albion, University of Southern Queensland, United States

    The self-efficacy for computer use of teacher education students was measured at the beginning of their course and again following a semester in which some students had completed computer courses. ... More

    pp. 321-347

  3. Learning to Teach with Technology: A Comparison of Teacher Development Programs

    Judith Haymore Sandholtz, University of California, Riverside, United States

    This research uses comparative case methodology to examine the teacher development programs of two different organizations: a private computer company and a public school district. Both programs... More

    pp. 349-374

  4. Poodles, Borg, and Bungee Jumpers: The Development of a Taxonomy of Student Types Encountered in an Introductory Instructional Media Production Course

    Abbie Brown, Washington State University, United States

    An analysis of an introductory multimedia production course for preservice instructional design professionals was conducted at a large Midwestern university. To choose a representative sample of... More

    pp. 375-389

  5. The New Frontier: A Case Study in Applying Instructional Design for Distance Teacher Education

    Joy Egbert, Washington State University, United States; Michael Thomas, Indiana University, United States

    Like a scene from a Wild West land grab, would-be pioneers in the wilderness of online learning are surging forward with thoughts awash with optimism, trepidation, and a profound sense of staking a... More

    pp. 391-405

  6. A Technology Partnership: Lessons Learned by Mentors

    Mumbi Kariuki, College of Education, Nipissing University, Canada; Teresa Franklin & Mesut Duran, Ohio University, United States

    Mentoring has been shown to provide support for the development of skills and knowledge in many professions. Journalism, law, and medicine, using the mentoring process, place student apprentices in... More

    pp. 407-417

  7. Preparing Teachers for the Inclusive Classroom: A Preliminary Study of Attitudes and Knowledge of Assistive Technology

    Nancy J. Maushak, Pat Kelley & Teresa Blodgett, Texas Tech University, United States

    The purpose of this study was to examine current attitudes and knowledge of preservice teachers towards assistive technology and to develop, implement, and evaluate a mini-workshop on assistive... More

    pp. 419-431

  8. Web Crossing: A Context for Mentoring

    Dee Russell & Martha Daugherty, Georgia College & State University, United States

    Web Crossing, an Internet/intranet server application offering online conferencing solutions through discussion forums and chat rooms, provided a context for the interaction of graduate and... More

    pp. 433-446

  9. Beyond Infusion: Preservice Students’ Understandings About Educational Technologies for Teaching and Learning

    Laurie Mullen, Ball State University Teachers College 815, United States

    As a result of the incorporation of computer technologies into teacher education programs, the fields of educational technology and teacher education have produced a substantial base of scholarship... More

    pp. 447-466