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Journal of Computing in Teacher Education

1995 Volume 11, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Are Technology-Based Projects Valued as Scholarship for Tenure and Promotion?

    Nancy E. Seminoff & Shelley B. Wepner

    Describes the results of a survey sent to deans of schools of education to ascertain the value of technology-based projects for tenure and promotion, types of information needed to judge project... More

    pp. 5-10

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  2. Building a Technology-Using Faculty to Facilitate Technology-Using Teachers

    Neal W. Topp

    Faculty at the University of Nebraska's College of Education developed a model for technology integration after identifying educational technology as a major goal. The plan, which addressed... More

    pp. 11-14

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  3. Integrating Technology into Teacher Education Courses: Longitudinal Perspectives on Overcoming Impediments

    Neal B. Strudler

    Describes a three-year effort by two professors to integrate technology into their teacher education courses. The exploratory case studies used reflective narratives, questionnaires, interviews,... More

    pp. 15-20

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  4. Events and Practices That Promote Attitudes and Emotions in Computing Courses

    Nancy P. Hunt & Roy M. Bohlin

    This study examined specific classroom events and teaching practices that promoted positive attitudes and emotions by students in college computer courses. Analysis of student journals and... More

    pp. 21-23

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