Journal of Technology and Teacher Education

A peer-reviewed academic journal devoted to research in and the application of technology in teacher education. Coverage includes pre-service and in-service teacher education, graduate programs in areas such as curriculum and instruction, educational admi

Articles from Vol. 9, No. 2, Summer

A Collaborative Approach for Creating Curriculum and Instructional Materials
Many states--and more particularly rural states--have trouble funding technology in education even when state technology coordinators know the benefit each technology initiative will provide to its students. Furthermore, many teachers lack training...
Building a Cyber Training Center for Teachers in Korea
A system for the delivery of teacher training on the Internet is being developed in Korea The Cyber Teacher Training System (CTTS) was planned and has been implemented cooperatively by the Ministry of Education, the Korea Multimedia Education Center...
Examining the Reflective Outcomes of Asynchronous Computer-Mediated Communication on Inservice Teacher Development
This study explored the professional development experiences of 28 practicing teachers in 10 Chicago suburban schools involved in a two-year technology supported Problem-Based Learning curriculum development effort. Asynchronous computer-mediated communications...
Implementing Technology Using the Teachers as Trainers Staff Development Model
The Teachers as Trainers staff development model provides a comprehensive framework for faculty and staff training. The research-based model focuses on a number of interrelated concepts designed to generate shared responsibility among faculty, staff...
Information Technology and Staff Development: Issues and Problems Related to New Skills and Competence Acquisition
This article highlights the problems related to the development of professionals involved in the field of educational technology, defining a series of new professional roles, skills, and competencies acquired to respond to the job market demand in...
Professional Development in Technology: Catalyst for School Reform
This case study of teachers' professional development in instructional technology explores three assumptions. The first is that teachers are at various levels in their knowledge and use of technology, and that these levels are developmental. Teachers'...
Redesigning Undergraduate Technology Instruction One College of Education's Experience
The purpose this article is to discuss the redesign of an introductory education technology course required for all teacher education students at a midwestern university. Challenges that prompted the revision are discussed and redesign requirements...
Teachers' Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Skills and Practices of Using ICT
KAI HAKKARAINEN [1] HANNI MUUKONEN [2] LASSE LIPPONEN [1] LIISA ILOMAKI [1] MARJAANA RAHIKAINEN [3] The purpose of the study was to analyze relations between teachers' skills in using the new information and communication technology...
Transforming Learning with Technology: Lessons from the Field
Professional organizations in many subject areas have emphasized changing the way subject matter is taught by actively involving students in critical thinking, problem-solving, decision-making, and exploration. One way to accomplish this is with the...