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Journal of Technology and Teacher Education

2000 Volume 8, Number 4


Richard Hartshorne

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Measuring Knowledge of Technology Usage and Stages of Concern About Computing: A Study of Middle School Teachers

    Nancy Ellen Atkins, Wake County Public Schools /Technology, United States; Ellen Storey Vasu, North Carolina State University, United States

    This study examined middle school teachers' concerns, knowledge, and use of technology in teaching, and how these related to their school's level of technology integration. The Computing Concerns... More

    pp. 279-302

  2. Survey of Instructional Technology Courses for Preservice Teachers

    YING-SHAO HSU & CONSTANCE P. HARGRAVE, Iowa State University, United States

    Most teacher preparation programs offer one course in which preservice teachers are to develop their basic technology skills. If innovative pedagogy is the goal (of technology use in the... More

    pp. 303-314

  3. Problem-Based Learning as a Multimedia Design Framework in Teacher Education*

    Ian W. Gibson, Wichita State University, United States; Peter R. Albion, University of Southern Queensland, Australia

    Interactive multimedia (IMM) and problem-based learning (PBL) are both significant trends in contemporary educational practice but they have not been widely applied together in teach-er ... More

    pp. 315-326

  4. Internal Consistency Reliabilities for 14 Computer Attitude Scales

    Rhonda Christensen & Gerald Knezek, University of North Texas, United States

    A compendium of 14 previously-published instruments for assessing teachers' attitudes toward computers was adminis-tered to 621 educators in Texas, Florida, New York, and Cal-ifornia during 1995-96... More

    pp. 327-336

  5. Where Do You Stand to Get a Good View of Pedagogy?

    Avril M. Loveless, University of Brighton, United Kingdom

    This article gives an account of the development of a re-search perspective in pedagogy and information and commu-nication technologies (ICT) in the context of visual educa-tion and the digital... More

    pp. 337-349

  6. Been There, Done That: Reaching Teachers Through Distance Education*

    Laura E. Sujo De Montes, Northern Arizona University, United States; Carmen L. Gonzales, New Mexico State University, United States

    Technology has become ubiquitous everywhere, except in schools. Although many schools are now acquiring the tech-nology, not enough money is being set aside for professional development of... More

    pp. 351-371

  7. Computer Technology Training for Prospective Teachers: Computer Attitudes and Perceived Self-Efficacy

    Ying-chen L. Milbrath, Berea College, United States; Mable B. Kinzie, University of Virginia, United States

    To be effective users of computer technologies and be mod-els for students' computer use, teachers must have positive computer attitudes and feel self-efficacious in using them. The computer... More

    pp. 373-396