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Technology Portfolios as Instructional Strategy: Designing a Reflexive Approach to Preservice Technology Training
TechTrends: Linking Research and Practice to Improve Learning Vol. 42, No. 4 (1997) pp. 31–36
Describes a reflexive approach to technology training for preservice teachers blending elements from competency-based and integrative models so that students use technology as learner and teacher. Discusses technology portfolios as an instructional...
Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 1999 (1999) pp. 824–829
This paper presents a grounded theory of instructional design as an assimilation-based process in response to calls for instructional reform as institutional innovation. Two hypotheses are presented and a matrix of instructional reform and...
A grounded theory of postsecondary faculty design of technology-based instruction as institutional innovation: Assimilation and instructional propriospect
A grounded theory of postsecondary faculty design of technology@-based instruction as institutional@innovation: Assimilation and instructional@propriospect (1999) pp. 1–185
The focus of this grounded theory study was the instructional design activities of post-secondary faculty participating in a three-year, institution-wide programmatic initiative developed to support them in the use of information technologies for...
Instructional strategies for integrating technology: Electronic journals and technology portfolios as facilitators for self-ef
Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 1998 (1998) pp. 248–252
For most undergraduate teacher education students, technology skills begin and end at the basic survival skills of paper writing using a word processor and, perhaps, sending e-mail. Frequently, these students approach a required technology course...
Hematology Web: Supporting the Transition from a Disciplinary Medical Curriculum to an Integrated, Application-Driven Curriculum
EdMedia: World Conference on Educational Media and Technology 1999 (1999) pp. 1286–1287
Many medical school curricula have been reorganized in the past 20 years to incorporate problem-based, application-driven learning (Norman & Schmidt, 1992). Similarly, several MBA programs have been developed with projects rather than separate...