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Journal of Technology and Teacher Education

2000 Volume 8, Number 3


Richard E. Ferdig

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Content Based Technology: Learning by Modeling


    This paper describes a preservice technology course taught at the University of Victoria using the elementary science, math, and social studies curriculum as the focal point. The main goal of ... More

    pp. 177-186

  2. Expanding the View of Preservice Teachers’ Computer Literacy: Implications from Written and Verbal Data and Metaphors as Freehand Drawings

    Annette C. Sherry, University of Hawaii at Manoa, United States

    Changes in attitudes towards computers and basic computer skills of preschool teachers participating in a two year, school-based teacher training program were examined. Written respons-es to a pre/... More

    pp. 187-218

  3. Pedagogically Appropriate Integration of Informational Technology in an Elementary Preservice Teacher Education Program

    Mhairi (vi) Maeers, Nancy Browne & Elizabeth Cooper, University of Regina, Canada

    This article describes ways in which preservice students in an el-ementary education four-year degree program learn about and learn with informational technology. Students learn specific skills ... More

    pp. 219-229

  4. Evaluation to Planning: Technology Integration in a School of Education

    Rachel A. Vannatta, Bowling Green State University, United States

    This article describes the early stages of technology planning that includes: the development of a technology integration task force; the evaluation of current faculty levels of technol-ogy ... More

    pp. 231-246