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Journal of Technology and Teacher Education

October 2013 Volume 21, Number 4


Richard Hartshorne

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Where Technology and Science Collide: A Co-Teaching Experience Between Middle Grades Science Methods and Instructional Technology Faculty

    Lucilia Green, Karen Chassereau, Kathryn Kennedy & Martha Schriver, Georgia Southern University, United States

    The purpose of this research was to investigate the viability of partnerships between instructional technology and teacher education faculty in order to promote technology integration in content... More

    pp. 385-408

  2. Designing Digital Problem Based Learning Tasks that Motivate Students

    Anne-Marieke van Loon, Open Universiteit, Netherlands; Anje Ros, Fontys Hogescholen, Netherlands; Rob Martens, Open Universiteit, Netherlands

    This study examines whether teachers are able to apply the principles of autonomy support and structure support in designing digital problem based learning (PBL) tasks. We examine whether these... More

    pp. 409-432

  3. Scaffolding Preservice Teachers' Higher-Order Reasoning During Technology Integration: A Design Research Inquiry

    Yan Shen, North Carolina State University, United States; Michael Hannafin, University of Georgia, United States

    This study is part of an ongoing design research to scaffold preservice teachers’ higher-order reasoning while solving technology integration problems. Informed by previous iterations, we designed ... More

    pp. 433-459

  4. An Evaluation of a School-Based, Job-Embedded Professional Development Program on Teachers’ Efficacy for Technology Integration: Findings from an Initial Study

    Yvonne Skoretz & Ronald Childress, Marshall University, United States

    "** Invited as a paper from SITE 2012 **" The purpose of this program evaluation was to determine the impact of a school-based, job-embedded professional development program on elementary and ... More

    pp. 461-484

  5. Educating for Intelligent Use of the Web: Opportunities and Challenges in Teacher Education

    Rivka Wadmany & Orit Zeichner, Kibbutzim College of Education, Technology & the Arts, Israel; Orly Melamed, Bar Illan University, Israel

    Although the Internet has many advantages, there is growing awareness of the dangers it poses to children and adolescents. Curricula for the safe use of the Net have recently been developed in a... More

    pp. 485-510