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. 1, Spring

A Qualitative Evaluation of Utilizing Dynamic Quad Screen Technology for Elementary and Middle School Teacher Preparation
Over the last eight years at Indiana University an innovative hands-on science course has been offered for teachers using interactive full motion 2-way audio/2-way video links. Presently teachers most often attend the course at a studio and at three...
Breakdown into the Virtual User-Involved Design and Learning
Science has been changing rapidly over the last decade. Like everything else around us it seems to be in the turmoil of altering, mutating, or disappearing. Most likely the idea of change is a cultural phenomenon, and could be seen as a side-effect...
From Teaching Technology to Using Technology to Enhance Student Learning: Preservice Teachers' Changing Perceptions of Technology Infusion
This article uncovers changes that occurred in preservice teachers' thinking about and use of technology infusion and its role in student learning. It reports on findings from a two-year evaluation study of a preservice teacher technology infusion...
Teacher Adoption of Technology: A Perceptual Control Theory Perspective
There is an ironic and costly contradiction in the attempt to integrate technology into education. While evidence of the educational benefits of technology abounds and investment in hardware and software has dramatically increased, relatively few teachers...
Teacher Education and the World Wide Web
This article examines changes in Teacher Education Programs that can evolve out of the presence of the World Wide Web (Web) and Internet. As the Web becomes more available to universities, precollege schools, and the general public, the role of education...
Technology Integration: A Case of Professional Development
The purpose of this study was to investigate if a professional development session, teachers' learning styles, or an individual's personal appraisal of problem-solving abilities can be indicator(s) of how technology will be integrated into instructional...
The Development of a Technology Committee in Undergraduate Teacher Education Courses: Is This an Effective Strategy?
Preparing teacher education students for technology applications can be overwhelming considering the all the other information that needs to be addressed in teacher education courses. However, it is important for teacher educators to begin an integration...
The InterNet Academy and Beyond
This article describes a teacher education program's efforts to provide inservice teachers, training in using the Internet through a summer InterNet Academy. Training was held for all levels of experiences from beginner to advanced in the form of Netshops....

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