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Journal of Computing in Teacher Education

1996 Volume 12, Number 4

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Number of articles: 3

  1. A Review of Computer-Related State Standards, Textbooks, and Journal Articles: Implications for Preservice Teacher Education and Professional Development

    Atsusi Hirumi & Isidro Grau

    This study examined what educators should know and be able to do with computer technology. Content analyses of state standards, textbooks, and journal articles identified 60 computer-related... More

    pp. 6-17

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  2. Preparation to Use Technology in the Classroom: Opinions by Recent Graduates

    Neal Topp

    Reports on results of a survey completed by Iowa teachers who had recently graduated from a large midwestern university. Most believed that a computer-specific course in preservice teaching... More

    pp. 24-27

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  3. Modeling Teaching with a Computer-Based Concordancer in a TESL Preservice Teacher Education Program

    Siowck-Lee Gan

    This study modeled teaching with a computer-based concordancer in a Teaching English-as-a-Second-Language program. Preservice teachers were randomly assigned to work with computer concordancing... More

    pp. 28-32

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