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Journal of Computing in Teacher Education

2009 Volume 25, Number 4

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Number of articles: 3

  1. "Teaching Online Made Me a Better Teacher": Studying the Impact of Virtual Course Experiences on Teachers' Face-to-Face Practice

    M D. Roblyer, Marclyn Porter, Talbot Bielefeldt & Martha B. Donaldson

    Anecdotal accounts from teachers have long suggested the possibility that virtual teaching experiences have a positive impact on face-to-face teaching practices, a so-called "reverse impact"... More

    pp. 121-126

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  2. Distributed Collaborative Research Model: Meaningful and Responsive Inquiry in Technology and Teacher Education

    Melissa Pierson, MaryFriend Shepard & Robert Leneway

    Researchers in technology and teacher education have been charged with designing inquiry methods that speak broadly about the impact of technology in the preparation of teachers, beyond what is... More

    pp. 127-133

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  3. Construct Validity for the Teachers' Attitudes toward Computers Questionnaire

    Ronda W. Christensen & Gerald A. Knezek

    Positive teacher attitudes toward computers are widely recognized as a necessary condition for effective use of information technology in the classroom (Woodrow, 1992). To measure attitudes toward ... More

    pp. 143-155

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