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Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education

2002 Volume 2, Number 3


Glen L. Bull; Lynn Bell; Chrystalla Mouza

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. Using a Nonrestrictive Web-Based Forum to Promote Reflective Discourse with Preservice Science Teachers

    Alec M. Bodzin, Lehigh University, United States; John C. Park, North Carolina State University, United States

    The purpose of this study was to investigate the purposeful use of asynchronous telecommunications during the student teaching semester using a non-restrictive, public Web-based forum for... More

    pp. 267-289

  2. Exploring Pedagogical Discourse on the Web: A Commentary on Bodzin

    Janice Koch, Hofstra University, United States

    As student teachers of science enter the world of the high school and middle school, they are often at a loss for a sense of community and belonging. The teachers in the school to which they are... More

    pp. 291-295

  3. Using Hypermedia Technology to Explore Connections Among Mathematics, Language, and Literacy in Teacher Education

    Cheryl L. Rosaen, Michigan State University, United States; Pamela Schram, Appalachian State University, United States; Beth Herbel-Eisenmann, University of Toronto, Canada

    This article reports on a study conducted across four cohorts of an integrated methods course in teaching and learning of mathematics and language arts to investigate the extent to which the use of... More

    pp. 297-326

  4. A Recipe for Reluctant Researchers: Blending Personal Narrative with Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic From Electronic Sources

    Kathryn Crusie Mincey, Morehead State University, United States

    Developmental writers, or reluctant readers and writers, face greater challenge with college-level research assignments. The strategy described in this paper taps into such students' need for brief... More

    pp. 327-336

  5. Master Technology Teacher: A Partnership Between Preservice and Inservice Teachers and Teacher Educators

    Vivian H. Wright & Elizabeth K. Wilson, The University of Alabama, United States; Wesley Gordon, Alabama School of Fine Arts, United States; Joyce B. Stallworth, The University of Alabama, United States

    The Master Technology Teacher project at The University of Alabama is a collaborative technology partnership between university secondary education faculty, inservice teachers, and preservice... More

    pp. 353-362

  6. Preparing Teachers for Technology Integration: Creating a Culture of Inquiry in the Context of Use

    Michele Jacobsen, University of Calgary, Canada; Pat Clifford & Sharon Friesen, Galileo Educational Network, Canada

    The provincial education ministry in Alberta, Canada recently mandated an ICT Program of Studies that requires the infusion of digital technologies into core curricula. The effective... More

    pp. 363-388

  7. Should the Computer Teach the Student, or Vice-Versa?

    Arthur Luehrmann, Computer Literacy Press, United States

    This sermon begins with a parable. Once upon a time in the ancient past there was a nation in which writing and reading had not yet been invented. Society was as advanced as possible, ... More

    pp. 389-396

  8. “Should the Computer Teach the Student...” — 30 Years Later

    Arthur Luehrmann, Computer Literacy Press, United States

    Until editor Lynn Bell suggested I write a page or two about how things have turned out since 1972 (the year I presented the paper "Should the Computer Teach the Student, or Vice-Versa?" at a... More

    pp. 397-400