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ERIC Number: ED415845
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1997
Pages: 288
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-1-55833-195-6
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New Frontiers: Navigational Strategies for Integrating Technology into the School.
Haney, Regina, Ed.; Zukowski, Angela Ann, Ed.
This book is an outgrowth of the New Frontiers for Catholic Schools project, a collaborative effort of the National Catholic Educational Association and the University of Dayton. The goal of the book is to support Catholic educators and schools to make technology a vital part of the future of Catholic education. The chapters are as follows: (1) "Seize the Day!" (Angela Ann Zukowski); (2) "A Pastoral Perspective: Theology and Communication" (Angela Ann Zukowski); (3) "2020 Visions for the Future of Education" (David D. Thornburg); (4) "Paradigms of Innovation and Criteria" (Angela Ann Zukowski); (5) "Leadership without Followers" (Christopher J. Dede); (6) "Producing a Technology Plan" (Regina Haney); (7) "Technology Partnerships" (Gail Morse); (8) "New Frontiers" (Regina Haney); (9) "Catholic School Libraries in the 21st Century" (Carol Ann K. Winkler); (10) "Media Literacy" (Frances M. Trampiets); (11) "Technology Coordinator: Who Do They Say I Am?" (Nancy Erhart); (12) "Ethical and Legal Challenges of Technology" (Angela Ann Shaughnessy); (13) "Planning from the Diocesan Perspective (and Sample Plan)" (Marian Stuckey); (14) "Technology Planning from the Elementary School Perspective: Beyond Chalk, Talk, and Textbooks" (Paul E. DeZarn); (15) "Emphasizing the Staff Development Perspective in Technology Integration" (Natalie Krupka); (16) "Planning from a Total Parish Perspective" (Dean V. Waggenspack); (17) "Artisans of Faith: A New Renaissance" (Angela Ann Zukowski); (18) "A Sabbatical View of Catholic Schools" (Margaret E. Curran); and (19) "Survey Research: The Effectiveness of the New Frontiers Program" (David A. Bouton). Appendices include a "Study Guide for 'Aetatis Novae' (The Dawning of a New Era)"; the Ursuline Academy of Dallas technology plan; resource materials on funding educational technology; classroom wiring standards from Ohio SchoolNet; and sample selection criteria for hardware and software acquisition. (MES)
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: National Catholic Educational Association, Washington, DC.