Teachers' Conceptions of the Internet and the World Wide Web: A Representational Toolkit as a Model of Expertise
Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 21, Number 1, ISSN 0735-6331
To examine the role of teachers' conceptual representations of the Internet and World Wide Web, a survey and 10 case studies were conducted among pre- and in-service teachers enrolled in university courses. Results reveal diverse, plausible representations, not related to level of expertise. Experts were found to have a "representational toolkit" containing many different representations to be used for different purposes. (AEF)
Levin, J.A., Stuve, M.J. & Jacobson, M.J. (1999). Teachers' Conceptions of the Internet and the World Wide Web: A Representational Toolkit as a Model of Expertise. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 21(1), 1-23.
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