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Are Teacher Preparation Programs Modeling Technology Use for Pre-Service Teachers?
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ERS Spectrum Volume 17, Number 3, ISSN 0740-7874

Abstract

In a study surveying 410 graduating education majors, respondents reported little opportunity to see technology use modeled in a college classroom setting by university professors or in a student-teaching setting by supervising teachers. Without such modeling, tomorrow's teachers may not be sufficiently prepared to integrate technology into instruction. (MLH)

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Carlson, R.D. & Gooden, J.S. (1999). Are Teacher Preparation Programs Modeling Technology Use for Pre-Service Teachers?. ERS Spectrum, 17(3), 11-15. Retrieved December 13, 2019 from .

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