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Journal of Technology and Teacher Education

1999 Volume 7, Number 1


Richard E. Ferdig

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. It’s Not Just Another New Thing: Technology as a Transformative Innovation for Social Studies Teacher Education

    Cameron White, University of Houston—Houston, United States

    Technology is an innovation that can offer much to facilitate a transformative social studies approach. The paper discusses the potential for technology in social studies teacher education by... More

    pp. 3-12

  2. Towards Guidelines for the Design of Interactive Multimedia Instruction: Fostering the Reflective Decision-Making of Preservice Teachers

    Bernard W. Andrews, Marie-Josée Vignola, Mary Anne Schilz, James Covert & Richard F. Kenny, University of Ottawa, Canada

    At the University of Ottawa, we have developed the first in a planned series of interactive multimedia programs to promote reflective decision-making skills in preservice teachers. This paper... More

    pp. 13-31

  3. Student Teacher Electronic Network: Expenditure or Investment?

    Robert N. Ronau & Beth Stroble, University of Louisville, United States

    This article reports the results of a project designed to pilot the use of email for networking purposes by preservice teachers in English and mathematics. The preservice teachers helped to design,... More

    pp. 33-55

  4. Enhancing the Language Awareness of Hong Kong Teachers through Corpus Data: The TeleNex Experience

    Quentin G. Allan, The University of Hong Kong, United States

    Recent developments in corpus linguistics, in particular the relatively easy access to large corpora and the development of powerful concordancing tools have had an encouraging impact on ESP and... More

    pp. 57-74

  5. Contextual Variables in a Technology-Based Teacher Education Project

    David Kumar, Florida Atlantic University, United States; James Altschuld, The Ohio State University, United States

    In this paper the application of a synthesized program evaluation model emphasizing contextual/environmental factors is described. The model recognizes that the life cycle of projects is the core... More

    pp. 75-81