Cognitive Apprenticeship: A Model of Staff Development for Implementing Technology in School
Contemporary Education Volume 63, Number 1, ISSN 0010-7476
Proposes a framework for designing staff development to implement technology in schools, focusing on needs assessment to ensure the transfer of knowledge and skills into regular teaching practice. Components of the model provide teachers with instruction, modeling, coaching, and empowerment. The article offers examples of cognitive apprenticeship for implementing technology. (SM)
Browne, D.L. & Ritchie, D.C. (1991). Cognitive Apprenticeship: A Model of Staff Development for Implementing Technology in School. Contemporary Education, 63(1), 28-34.
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