A Framework for Developing Pre-Service Teachers' Competencies in Using Technologies to Enhance Teaching and Learning
Educational Media International Volume 48, Number 2, ISSN 0952-3987
This paper presents a framework for developing pre-service teachers' competencies in using technologies to enhance teaching and learning. It focuses on building the capacity of teacher education institutions (TEI) based on six strategic dimensions: (1) vision and philosophy; (2) program; (3) professional learning of deans, teacher educators and support staff; (4) ICT plan, infrastructure, resources and support; (5) communications and partnerships; and (6) research and evaluation. This paper describes each of these six strategic dimensions and synthesizes these in the overall framework for developing pre-service teachers' competencies in generating technology-enhanced teaching and learning. (Contains 1 figure.)
Lim, C.P., Chai, C.S. & Churchill, D. (2011). A Framework for Developing Pre-Service Teachers' Competencies in Using Technologies to Enhance Teaching and Learning. Educational Media International, 48(2), 69-83.
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