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. 10, No. 3, Autumn

A Deeper Psychology of Technology: A Case Study of a Girl and Her eMate
In this article, it is argued that although the call for more research on technological implementation in our schools is justified, the past and current trends in this domain are ones with inevitable limits. Specifically, the relatively new field...
Expanding Classroom Discussion with an Online Medium
This article outlines the use of the online SpeakEasy communication package in two sections of a mathematics methods course in an elementary education teacher certification program. The instructional uses of SpeakEasy are described, with specific...
Exploring the Influence of a Physical Education Listserv on K-12 Physical Educators
USPE-L (recently renamed NASPE-L) is an e-mail listserv that provides a forum for physical educators to discuss their teaching and programs--and offer collegial support that may not be immediately available in a local community. This study used...
Gender Differences in Teacher Computer Acceptance
Teachers' computer acceptance is an important factor to the successful use of computers in education. This article explores the gender differences in teacher computer acceptance. The Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) was used as the framework to...
Learning to Teach with Technology: Strategies for Inservice Professional Development
This article describes and reports evaluation results for five key elements of the Challenge 2000 Multimedia Project's inservice professional development program. The five elements are: (a) Technology Learning Coordinators (a mentoring system),...
Technology-Enhanced Project-Based Learning in Teacher Education: Addressing the Goals of Transfer
Teacher educators have a twofold concern regarding transfer because of the dual goals inherent in teacher education. Certainly a primary goal is to have teacher candidates transfer what they learn in teacher preparation courses to their future classrooms...
Using Computer Conferencing to Foster and Assess Prospective Teachers' Moral Sensitivity
Finding ways to better understand prospective teachers' development is central to teacher preparation. To effectively foster development, teacher educators must determine how their students conceptualize and understand teachers' work: How do they...

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