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Journal of Technology and Teacher Education

November 2022 Volume 30, Number 3


Richard Hartshorne

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Teachers’ Perceived Value, Challenges, and Advice for Implementing Computational Thinking in Elementary Classrooms

    Shi Feng & Dazhi Yang, Boise State University, United States

    Nurturing computational thinking (CT) in students is necessary for problem solving and important for bridging the current STEM gap, such as the American K-12 students’ lagging behind in math and... More

    pp. 293-320

  2. Preservice Teachers’ Focus in 360 Videos: Understanding the Role of Presence, Ambisonic Audio, and Camera Placement

    Enrico Gandolfi, Richard E. Ferdig & Karl W. Kosko, Kent State University, United States

    Immersive 360 videos are increasingly being used in pre-service teachers (PST) education. There is preliminary evidence that this technology may benefit future educators’ focus and attention to... More

    pp. 321-339

  3. “Unnatural How Natural It Was”: Using a Performance Task and Simulated Classroom for Preservice Secondary Teachers to Practice Engaging Student Avatars in Scientific Argumentation

    Jamie N. Mikeska, ETS, United States; Calli Shekell, Thiel College, United States; Jennifer Dix & Pamela S. Lottero-Perdue, Towson University, United States

    Facilitating discussions is a key approach that science teachers use to engage students in scientific argumentation. However, learning how to facilitate argumentation-focused discussions is an... More

    pp. 341-376

  4. Increasing Teacher Access to Instructional Coaching Through Virtual Tools: Advantageous Before, During, and After the Pandemic

    Suzanne Myers & Jocelyn Washburn, The University of Kansas, United States

    This article presents findings from a study examining the impact of a virtual community of practice (VCoP) on professional development (PD) providers learning how to coach teachers using a virtual ... More

    pp. 377-405