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Journal of Technology and Teacher Education

April 2019 Volume 27, Number 2


Richard E. Ferdig

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Participating in a MOOC and Professional Learning Team: How a Blended Approach to Professional Development Makes a Difference

    Kemal Akoglu, N/A, Turkey; Hollylynne Lee & Shaun Kellogg, North Carolina State University, United States

    Massive open online course for educators (MOOC-Ed) provide opportunities for using research-based learning and teaching practices, along with new technological tools and facilitation approaches for... More

    pp. 129-163

  2. Computational Thinking, Mathematics, and Science: Elementary Teachers’ Perspectives on Integration

    Kathryn M. Rich, Aman Yadav & Christina V. Schwarz, Michigan State University, United States

    In order to create professional development experiences, curriculum materials, and policies that support elementary school teachers to embed computational thinking (CT) in their teaching,... More

    pp. 165-205

  3. Developing the Teacher Preparation Technology Inventory (TPTI) to Evaluate Teacher Educator Preparation

    Caitlin Riegel, Niagara University, United States

    The ability to model and apply technology standards has been outlined by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) as a vital skill for teacher candidates to possess before... More

    pp. 207-234

  4. The Top 500 Mathematics Pins: An Analysis of Elementary Mathematics Activities on Pinterest

    Amanda Sawyer, James Madison University, United States; Lara Dick, Emily Shapiro & Tabitha Wismer, Bucknell University, United States

    A 2017 study found that 87% of elementary teachers reported consulting Pinterest when planning mathematical lessons (Hertel & Wessman-Enzinger, 2017). When searching for resources on Pinterest,... More

    pp. 235-263