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Technology, Pedagogy and Education Vol. 19, No. 1 (March 2010) pp. 63–78
Professional teacher communities appear to be positively related to student learning, teacher learning, teacher practice and school culture. Teacher collaboration is a significant element of these communities. In initial teacher training as well as...
The Integrative Model of Behavior Prediction to Explain Technology Use in Post-Graduate Teacher Education Programs in the Netherlands
International Journal of Higher Education Vol. 2, No. 4 (2013) pp. 172–178
This study examined technology in post-graduate teacher training programs in the Netherlands. A questionnaire was completed by 111 teacher educators from 12 Dutch universities with a post-graduate teacher training program. The general view of the...
Computer-Mediated Communication Environments in Teacher Education: Computer Conferencing and the Supervision of Student Teachers
Learning Environments Research Vol. 1, No. 1 (1998) pp. 59–74
An evaluation of computer conferencing by student teachers and supervisors in four teacher-education programs found that during field experiences student teachers used computer conferencing primarily for exchanging emotional support and less for...
Teacher research in secondary education: Effects on teachers’ professional and school development, and issues of quality
International Journal of Educational Research Vol. 57, No. 1 (2013) pp. 39–50
This article describes an empirical exploration of three initiatives in which teachers in secondary education (learn to) research their own practice in collaboration with university-based research institutes, aiming at professional development and...
Teachers in school-based technology innovations: A typology of their beliefs on teaching and technology
Wilfried Admiraal; Monika Louws; Ditte Lockhorst; Tineke Paas; Michael Buynsters; Amina Cviko; Caressa Janssen; Mario de Jonge; Suzan Nouwens; Lysanne Post; Frauke van der Ven; Liesbeth Kester
Computers & Education Vol. 114, No. 1 (November 2017) pp. 57–68
In many innovations in technology and education in secondary schools, teachers are the crucial agents of these innovations. To select, match and support groups of teachers for particular school projects, school principals could be supported with...