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Redesigning the Teacher Education Technology Course to Emphasize Integration
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Computers in the Schools Volume 21, Number 1, ISSN 0738-0569

Abstract

Teacher education programs in the United States are trying to equip tomorrow's teachers with the technology skills needed to impact learning in the classroom. During the past decade there has been a realization that teaching technology skills alone is not adequate-- pre-service teachers must also learn how to integrate the use of technology into their curriculum. This paper describes BYU's instructional technology course and the design process that a team of instructors went through to redesign the course in order to put greater emphasis on technology integration. An iterative redesign approach was used. Several iterations of the course redesign will be shared along with the strengths and limitations discovered in the design and implementation process.

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Graham, C., Culatta, R., Pratt, M. & West, R. (2004). Redesigning the Teacher Education Technology Course to Emphasize Integration. Computers in the Schools, 21(1), 127-148. Retrieved May 22, 2019 from .

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