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Integrating Technology in Teacher Education Programs: Lessons from the Teaching Teleapprenticeship Project
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Action in Teacher Education Volume 17, Number 4, ISSN 0162-6620

Abstract

Describes a three-year project designed around a model that extends the traditional student teaching practices by using electronic networks. The model brings together university coordinators, student teacher supervisors, school district teachers, and public school students. The discussion centers on three factors impacting the quality and character of participants' use of technology: issues of access, training, and context. (SM)

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Thomas, L. (1996). Integrating Technology in Teacher Education Programs: Lessons from the Teaching Teleapprenticeship Project. Action in Teacher Education, 17(4), 1-8. Retrieved August 24, 2019 from .

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