The Newest Technology Crisis: Teacher Expertise and How To Foster It
Computers in the Schools Volume 13, Number 3, ISSN 0738-0569
Discusses problems with the use of technology, especially the Internet, for providing inservice teacher education. Highlights include the gap between available technology and the expertise to use it; antiquated hardware; the rapid growth and acceptance of the World Wide Web and graphical browsers; and the expertise gap between rural and urban teachers. (LRW)
Maddux, C.D. (1997). The Newest Technology Crisis: Teacher Expertise and How To Foster It. Computers in the Schools, 13(3), 5-12.
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Wei Wang, Iowa State University, United States
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