ERIC Number: ED415845
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1997
Reference Count: N/A
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)
Descriptors: Catholic Schools, Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education, Evaluation Criteria, Financial Support, Futures (of Society), Information Technology, Media Literacy, Resource Materials, School Libraries, Staff Development, Technological Advancement, Technological Literacy, Technology Integration, Technology Planning
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
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Authoring Institution: National Catholic Educational Association, Washington, DC.