Principles of Technology Integration and Curriculum Development: A Faculty Design Team Approach
Computers in the Schools Volume 21, Number 1, ISSN 0738-0569
To better prepare pre-service candidates for teaching in the information age, the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) has defined National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) to guide technology integration into teacher education programs. Based on these standards, Brigham Young University (BYU) has implemented strategies for technology integration into their teacher education program by creating curriculum design teams composed of School of Education faculty, public school personnel, and instructional design and technology specialists. This paper describes basic principles that have led to the successful development of curriculum design teams for systemic reform in teacher education.
Waddoups, G.L., Wentworth, N. & Earle, R. (2004). Principles of Technology Integration and Curriculum Development: A Faculty Design Team Approach. Computers in the Schools, 21(1), 15-23.
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