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Educational Technology

1989 Volume 29, Number 3

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Number of articles: 7

  1. A Perspective on Teacher Technology Training

    Allen D. Glenn & Carol A. Carrier

    This discussion of the need to properly train teachers to use the new educational technologies effectively highlights articles that appear in this issue. Preservice and inservice teacher training... More

    pp. 7-11

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  2. Technology Training for Teachers: A Federal Perspective

    Kathleen Fulton

    Discussion of the need to educate and train teachers to use educational technology emphasizes the viewpoint of the Office of Technology Assessment (OTA). Highlights include preservice and inservice... More

    pp. 12-17

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  3. Preparing Teachers to Use Technologies: Can Universities Meet the Challenge?

    Dennis Gooler

    Describes the responsibilities and the role of universities in adequately preparing teachers to use educational technologies. Topics discussed include instructional design and development of... More

    pp. 18-21

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  4. Preparing Teachers for the Information Age

    Gary G. Bitter & Roger L. Yohe

    Discussion of technology's role in education and teacher training for technology focuses on the need for preservice teacher education. Conceptual skills required by teachers are described, research... More

    pp. 22-25

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  5. Linking Teachers to the World of Technology

    Gerald Marker & Lee Ehman

    Discusses how to prepare teachers to use educational technology and how to affect their attitudes toward change. Technology in public schools in Indiana is examined, and the international Long... More

    pp. 26-30

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  6. Technology Training. . . Some Lessons Can Be Learned

    Patricia A. Sturdivant

    Discussion of teacher training for educational technology highlights a program developed by the Houston Independent School District to provide inservice training for teachers. Continuous needs... More

    pp. 31-35

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  7. The Next Step for Educators and the Technology Industry: Investing in Teachers

    Tom Boe

    Outlines characteristics of an effective inservice staff development program to promote the use of computers in schools, and discusses the contribution that industry can make in supporting such... More

    pp. 39-44

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