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Journal of Teacher Education

1996 Volume 47, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 9

  1. Telecommunication, Student Teaching, and Methods Instruction: An Exploratory Investigation

    Laurie Thomas

    This study examined how electronic mail (e-mail) affected communication and learning among student teachers and between students and instructors, comparing e-mail with more traditional... More

    pp. 165-74

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  2. Structuring Telecommunications To Create Instructional Conversations about Student Teaching

    Bob Schlagal

    Describes a structure for electronic mail (e-mail) use by students that promoted idea exchanges. Students were trained to send regular e-mail messages to professors, teachers, and students during... More

    pp. 175-83

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  3. Common Thread Case Project: Developing Associations of Experienced and Novice Educators through Technology

    Traci Bliss & Joan Mazur

    Describes an exploratory study that examined the potential of combining teaching cases with telecommunications to stimulate learning communities of new and experienced teachers. Experienced and... More

    pp. 185-90

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  4. A Virtual View: Classroom Observations at a Distance

    Margaret A. McDevitt

    Describes a technology-mediated field experience for preservice teachers built on an emerging Professional Development School network and a two-way television system. Surveys of participants in... More

    pp. 191-95

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  5. Helping Beginning Teachers Link Theory to Practice: An Interactive Multimedia Environment for Mathematics and Science Teacher Preparation

    Patricia Daniel

    This study investigated how "Classroom With a View" (CView), an interactive multimedia environment, affected education students' understanding of constructivist-oriented teaching. Student... More

    pp. 197-204

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  6. The Union of Technology, Constructivism, and Teacher Education

    Molly Nicaise & David Barnes

    Describes how technology was integral to the redesign of an undergraduate secondary mathematics education class. The article reviews fundamental concepts important for construct theory, including a... More

    pp. 205-12

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  7. Establishing Instructional Technology Benchmarks for Teacher Preparation Programs

    Pamela Taylor Northrup & Wesley Little

    Examines technology use in teacher preparation, emerging state and national standards for educators and technology, and benchmarks for teacher preparation programs (including faculty preparation), ... More

    pp. 213-22

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  8. Using Multimedia in Preservice Education

    Mary M. Hatfield

    Describes a project that combines technology, teacher education, and the use of manipulatives for mathematics instruction to enhance the professional development of prospective teachers. The... More

    pp. 223-28

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  9. The Emperor's New Computer: A Critical Look at Our Appetite for Computer Technology

    David Pepi & Geoffrey Scheurman

    Examines current interest in computer technology in education, posing important questions to consider (what computers offer, whether technology use is consistent with contemporary learning theories... More

    pp. 229-36

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