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Technology in Science Teacher Education: Survey of Current Uses and Desired Knowledge among Science Educators
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Journal of Science Teacher Education Volume 11, Number 2, ISSN 1046-560X

Abstract

Examines two questions about science education faculty's knowledge and use of technology: (1) are science teacher education faculty using technology in their classrooms; and (2) do they desire to learn more about integrating technology into their efforts to prepare future science teachers? (Author/SAH)

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Pedersen, J.E. & Yerrick, R.K. (2000). Technology in Science Teacher Education: Survey of Current Uses and Desired Knowledge among Science Educators. Journal of Science Teacher Education, 11(2), 131. Retrieved May 23, 2019 from .

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