Integrating Technology: Issues for Traditional and Constructivist Pedagogies
Journal of Computing in Teacher Education Volume 15, Number 2, ISSN 1040-2454
Discusses issues related to the integration of technology into today's classrooms, focusing on issues for traditional and constructivist pedagogies: changing classroom environments; computers as part of the classroom and curriculum; dynamic student products involving technology; expanding teaching and learning environments; constructivist pedagogy; teaching frameworks (traditional and constructivist); creating constructivist technology classrooms; and continual professional growth. (SM)
Cadiero-Kaplan, K. (1999). Integrating Technology: Issues for Traditional and Constructivist Pedagogies. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education, 15(2), 14-18.
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