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Computers in the Schools

September 2004 Volume 21, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Principles of Technology Integration and Curriculum Development: A Faculty Design Team Approach

    Greg L. Waddoups, Nancy Wentworth & Rodney Earle

    To better prepare pre-service candidates for teaching in the information age, the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) has defined National Educational Technology Standards ... More

    pp. 15-23

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  2. Faculty-as-Student: Teacher Education Faculty Meaningfully Engaged in a Pre-Service Technology Course

    J Aaron Popham & Rebecca Rocque

    This study looked at a different approach to professional development of higher education faculty. Faculty members were asked to participate in a pre-service technology course. Seventy faculty... More

    pp. 115-126

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  3. Redesigning the Teacher Education Technology Course to Emphasize Integration

    Charles Graham, Richard Culatta, Mitchell Pratt & Richard West

    Teacher education programs in the United States are trying to equip tomorrow's teachers with the technology skills needed to impact learning in the classroom. During the past decade there has been ... More

    pp. 127-148

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  4. Designing and Teaming on the Outside: Extending PT3 Efforts across Campus, across Five Districts, and across the State

    Sharon Black

    Brigham Young University and its collaborative partners throughout Utah recognize that effectively "integrating technology" into pre-service programs and ultimately into K-12 classrooms requires... More

    pp. 149-163

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  5. The View from Outside: 2000-2003

    Michael L. Connell & D Lamont Johnson

    In 1999, the Federal Department of Education began the PT3 initiative. The goal of that initiative was to transform teacher education programs across the country to ensure that new teachers would... More

    pp. 165-183

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