Infusing Technology into Teacher Education: Doing More with Less
Computers in the Schools Volume 23, Number 3, ISSN 0738-0569
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, a PT3 project in a small, private college, prioritized the issue of educational equity. This paper describes the first efforts of three faculty members to meet the goals of the project, the barriers they encountered, and their strategies for coping with or overcoming the barriers. We found that faculty and student attributes related to project success were flexibility, enthusiasm, and creativity. The lessons learned from the pilot project served as a guide as we worked to systematically integrate technology into all aspects of the teacher education program.
Lisowski, L.R., Lisowski, J.A. & Nicolia, S. (2007). Infusing Technology into Teacher Education: Doing More with Less. Computers in the Schools, 23(3), 71-92.
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