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Tracing Teachers' Use of Technology in a Laptop Computer School: The Interplay of Teacher Beliefs, Social Dynamics, and Institutional Culture
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American Educational Research Journal Volume 39, Number 1, ISSN 0002-8312

Abstract

Using an ethnographic perspective, examined how three middle school teachers learned to use technology in the context of a laptop computer program. Shows how the laptops were a catalyst that enabled one participant, who had been dissatisfied with teacher-centered practices, to transform her classroom through collaborative student work and project-based learning. (SLD)

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Windschitl, M. & Sahl, K. (2002). Tracing Teachers' Use of Technology in a Laptop Computer School: The Interplay of Teacher Beliefs, Social Dynamics, and Institutional Culture. American Educational Research Journal, 39(1), 165-205. Retrieved June 20, 2019 from .

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