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Computers in the Schools

Feb 16, 2007 Volume 23, Number 3

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Number of articles: 10

  1. Pathway for Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Infuse Technology

    Rhonda Christensen & Gerald Knezek

    The Millennium Project was funded by the U.S. Department of Education Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology (PT3) program for four years spanning 1999-2003. The project was led by the... More

    pp. 1-21

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  2. Staff Development to Provide Intentional Language Teaching Technology-Rich K-8 Multicultural Classrooms

    E Carol Beckett, Keith Wetzel, Ines Marquez Chisholm, Ron Zambo, Ray Buss, Helen Padgett, Mia Kim Williams & Mary Odom

    Teams of pre-service and in-service elementary teachers attended workshops, learned technology applications, and designed curricular units that incorporated technology during staff development... More

    pp. 23-30

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  3. Technology and Pedagogical Renewal: Conceptualizing Technology Integration into Teacher Preparation

    Mesut Duran, Paul R. Fossum & Gail R. Luera

    Research indicates that, if future teachers are to effectively use technology, their pre-service preparation should employ multiple components. These components include core course work in... More

    pp. 31-54

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  4. The Personal Learning Planner: Collaboration through Online Learning and Publication

    David Gibson, Lorraine Sherry & Bruce Havelock

    This paper discusses the online Personal Learning Planner (PLP) project underway at the National Institute of Community Innovations (NICI), one of the partners in the Teacher Education Network (TEN... More

    pp. 55-70

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  5. Infusing Technology into Teacher Education: Doing More with Less

    Linda R. Lisowski, Joseph A. Lisowski & Sherry Nicolia

    In our pilot effort to integrate technology meaningfully into the three strands of pre-service teacher education (core courses, education courses, and K-12 field experiences), Links to the Future, ... More

    pp. 71-92

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  6. Design as a Focus for Technology Integration: Lessons Learned from a PT3 Project

    Wayne A. Nelson & Melissa Thomeczek

    Plugging in to L.I.T.E.S. project (Leaders in Technology Enhanced Schools--a previously funded Technology Innovation Challenge grant project) at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) has... More

    pp. 93-104

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  7. One Model of Professional Development for Higher Education Faculty

    Valeria Amburgey

    Northern Kentucky University's College of Education's faculty realizes that the infusion of technology into the teacher education program is important. Support for the infusion of technology was... More

    pp. 105-113

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  8. Inquiry Learning and Technology: A Model for Teacher Education Programs

    Nancy Wentworth

    PT3 implementation grant funds have been used to restructure a teacher education program to meet the National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) defined by the International Society for... More

    pp. 115-129

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  9. Elements of Network-Based Assessment

    David Gibson

    Elements of network-based assessment systems are envisioned based on recent advances in knowledge and practice in learning theory, assessment design and delivery, and semantic web interoperability.... More

    pp. 131-150

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  10. PT3 and the Deans' Grants: Some Important Differences

    Cleborne D. Maddux

    PT3 and the Deans' Grants of the 1980s have much in common. Both were intended to stimulate the infusion of new material into general teacher education courses. PT3 was aimed at furthering the... More

    pp. 151-155

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