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Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education

April 2003 Volume 3, Number 3


Glen L. Bull; Lynn Bell; Chrystalla Mouza

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Re-Examining Categories of Computer-Based Learning in Mathematics Education

    Boris Handal, Cumberland High School, Australia; Anthony Herrington, University of Wollongong, Australia

    In 2002, the online journal Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education republished the seminal paper by Arthur Luehrmann discussing approaches to using computers in schools in the... More

    pp. 275-287

  2. Commentary: A Framework for Supporting Learning and Teaching About Mathematical and Scientific Models

    Anthony J. Petrosino, The University of Texas at Austin, United States

    It was with great interest that I recently read Using Technology to Support Prospective Science Teachers in Learning and Teaching About Scientific Models (Cullin & Crawford, 2003). This article... More

    pp. 288-299

  3. Technology Applications in Social Studies Teacher Education: A Survey of Social Studies Methods Faculty.

    Cheryl Mason Bolick, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States; Michael Berson, University of South Florida, United States; Christopher Coutts, United States; Walter Heinecke3, University of Virginia, United States

    Preparing preservice teachers to be proficient in technology is a key issue for the field of education. While many states will scramble to fill as many as two million teaching positions in the next... More

    pp. 300-309

  4. Technology Infused Professional Development: A Framework for Development and Analysis

    Julie Gess-Newsome, J. Michael Blocher,, Joëlle Clark, Jackie Menasco & Elizabeth M. Willis, Northern Arizona University, United States

    The world has changed in 30 years, and the changes that will occur in the next 30 years are sure to exceed our wildest expectations. But some issues in education are perennial, even while they... More

    pp. 324-340

  5. A Product-Based Faculty Professional Development Model for Infusing Technology Into Teacher Education

    Ireh Maduakolam & Edwin Bell, Winston Salem State University, United States

    Technology and its challenges are becoming more dynamic and global in nature, and one obvious problem militating against effectively training preservice teachers to use existing and emerging... More

    pp. 340-352