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Journal of Technology and Teacher Education

April 2005 Volume 13, Number 2


Richard E. Ferdig

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. Learning Generation: Fostering Innovation with Tomorrow’s Teachers and Technology

    Ronald Aust, University of Kansas; Brian Newberry, California State University, San Bernardino; Joseph O’Brien & Jennifer Thomas, University of Kansas

    We discuss the context, conception, implementation, and research used to refine and evaluate a systemic model for fostering technology integration in teacher education. The Learning Generation... More

    pp. 167-195

  2. Are teachers in China ready to teach in the 21st century?

    Guoli Liang, University of Wisconsin Whitewater, United States; Jihua Song, Beijing Normal University, China; Geping Liu, Southwest Normal University, China; Richard Walls, West Virginia University, United States; Guoyu Li, Zhouxiu Wang & Hua Yin, Beijing Normal University, United States

    In the U.S., "teachers are being asked to learn new methods of teaching, while at the same time are facing even greater challenges of rapidly increasing technology changes and greater diversity in ... More

    pp. 197-209

  3. Providing Authentic Contexts for Learning Information Technology in Teacher Preparation

    Tom Bird & Cheryl L. Rosaen, Michigan State University

    This article describes how we engaged teacher candidates in an authentic professional learning activity using information technologies as tools, to support both learning to teach and learning to... More

    pp. 211-231

  4. The Influence of Organizational Culture on Technology Integration in Teacher Education

    Peter Adamy, University of Rhode Island, School of Education, United States; Walter Heinecke, UVA, United States

    This study examines the technology integration practices of post-secondary, math teacher educators. Four math teacher educators in the Commonwealth of Virginia were interviewed and observed... More

    pp. 233-255

  5. An Integrated Framework Used to Increase Preservice Teacher NETS-T Ability

    James Basham, Amanda Smeltzer & Evangeline Pianfetti, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States

    Under a PT3 initiative, a framework was developed to help 34 special education preservice teachers obtain technology related skills. The framework embedded the use of three online Macromedia Flash-... More

    pp. 257-276

  6. The Role of Teacher Knowledge and Learning Experiences in Forming Technology-Integrated Pedagogy

    Joan Hughes, University of Minnesota, United States

    Using a multiple-case embedded research design (Yin, 1994), this study examined the nature of teachers' learning during technology professional development activities and the extent to which their ... More

    pp. 277-302

  7. A Factor Analysis of the NETS Performance Profiles: Searching for Constructs of Self-Concept and Technology Professionalism

    Matthew Stuve & Jerrell Cassady, Ball State University, United States

    A factor analysis was conducted on data (n=956) from surveys based on the National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) Performance Profiles to see how well student responses matched the six... More

    pp. 303-32432

  8. Listservs in the College Science Classroom: Evaluating Participation and “Richness” in Computer-Mediated Discourse

    Samia Khan, University of British Columbia

    How do instructors motivate students to participate in computer-mediated discussion? If they do participate, how can the quality of their interactions be assessed? This study speaks to these... More

    pp. 325-351