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Constructing culturally responsive technology-enhanced curriculum projects

, New Mexico State University, United States

New Mexico State University . Awarded


There is evidence that indicates an increasing availability of technology to schools and an increase in a diverse student population. There is also evidence that indicates that teachers and teacher candidates view technology an additional item to contend with as opposed to viewing technology as a tool that will help them teach. This study is a snapshot of a teacher education technology integration course. The ideas of multicultural education were weaved into the course curriculum. The results indicate that such a course will help teacher candidates to create culturally responsive technology enhanced curriculum projects.


Bustamante, M.E. Constructing culturally responsive technology-enhanced curriculum projects. Ph.D. thesis, New Mexico State University. Retrieved October 20, 2019 from .

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