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Journal of Technology and Teacher Education

2000 Volume 8, Number 1


Richard Hartshorne

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Web-Based Discussions: Building Effective Electronic Communities for Preservice Technology Education

    Aileen S. Nonis, Iowa State University, United States; Stephen C. Bronack, Lehigh University, United States; Lisa Heaton, University of Virginia, United States

    Web-based discussions can be used to increase communica-tion among preservice teachers, however, course instructors must pay particular attention to various factors that create an environment... More

    pp. 3-11

  2. An Email Activity: Preservice Teachers’ Perceptions of Authenticity

    Dawn M. Poole, California State University, United States

    The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics endorses a constructivist approach to teaching and learning mathemat-ics. This approach is often inconsistent with the instructional models in which ... More

    pp. 13-28

  3. The Development of an Electronic Performance Support System for Teachers

    Joi L. Moore, The University of Missouri-Columbia, United States; Michael A. Orey & Janice V. Hardy, The University of Georgia, United States

    There have been several attempts at developing computer tools for teachers. Computer application developers have a tendency to develop the tool first, then try to fit the tool into the teachers'... More

    pp. 29-52

  4. Patterns of Leadership in Virtual Professional Communities

    Yesha Y. Sivan, Tel Aviv University, Israel

    The Lamda community project was created to "use the Inter-net to support science and technology education" as part of the Israeli national program to "advance science and technol-ogy education in... More

    pp. 53-67

  5. Creating a Community of Technology Users: Students Become Technology Experts for Teachers and Peers

    Carole Hruskocy, Purdue University, United States; Katherine S. Cennamo, Virginia Tech, United States; Peggy A. Ertmer & Tristan Johnson, Purdue University, United States

    The intent of this project was to create a community of learn-ers to facilitate the implementation of computer technologies in the elementary school curriculum. Our project plan was designed to... More

    pp. 69-84