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Journal of Information Technology for Teacher Education

1994 Volume 3, Number 1

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Number of articles: 4

  1. A Reflection on the Relationship between Technology and Teacher Education: Synergy or Separate Entities?

    Betty Collis

    Teacher education (TE) refers too infrequently to computer related technology. Much computer-related TE is simulated and delivered by non-teacher educators. The paper discusses the lack of... More

    pp. 7-25

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  2. Exploring Teaching Techniques via a Microcomputer Simulation

    Harold R. Strang & Sara D. Moore

    Describes a study that defined the principal techniques preservice teachers applied when completing specific microcomputer simulations. Analysis of simulation performance scores yielded three... More

    pp. 27-37

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  3. Student Teachers, Mentors and Information Technology

    Graeme Easdown

    Reports a study that investigated how a preservice teacher education program affected the development of student teachers' understanding of the role of information technology (IT) in the history... More

    pp. 63-78

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  4. Predicting Computer Literacy: How Do the Technological Experiences of Schoolchildren Predict Their Computer-Based Problem-Solving Skills?

    Jean Underwood

    Researchers observed relationships between exposure to home electronic technologies and classroom disposition and performance in secondary school students. Interviews to determine computer literacy... More

    pp. 115-26

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