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Expert and Novice Teachers Talking Technology: Precepts, Concepts, an Misconcepts
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Language Learning & Technology Volume 6, Number 3, ISSN 1094-3501

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Compares and contrasts the technology talk of novice and expert teachers of English-as-a-Second-or Other-Language (ESOL) K-8 Language and literacy. Interview data with eight teachers illustrates the conceptual and practical differences between those who have adapted technologies as powerful teaching and learning tools and those who speak about it and its application in contrasting ways. (Author/VWL)

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Meskill, C., Mossop, J., DiAngelo, S. & Pasquale, R.K. (2002). Expert and Novice Teachers Talking Technology: Precepts, Concepts, an Misconcepts. Language Learning & Technology, 6(3), 46-57. Retrieved December 6, 2019 from .

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