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ERIC Number: ED444498
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000
Pages: 191
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[Collected Papers on Graduate & Inservice Teacher Education and Technology].
Crawford, Caroline M., Ed.
This document contains 35 papers on graduate and inservice teacher education and technology that address the following topics: teaching practice and the design of professional development activities; merits of mentoring and modeling in Internet technology integration; educating the educators; preparing teachers to investigate the effects of technology-supported instruction in effective partnership with researchers; the evolving concept of literacy with regard to media and digital literacy; developing teachers' technological fluency with LEGO Mindstorms; practical ways to improve instructional effectiveness using Internet-based course supplements; reflective judgment and cognitive interaction in an electronically distributed astronomy course for educators; a synergistic approach to technology education; using the Internet as a teaching tool to find statistics for use in graduate education; introducing modular in-service diploma courses at Trinity College Dublin (Ireland); classroom-based technology training for inservice teachers; incorporating ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) standards and performance assessment in a constructivist approach to graduate teacher education; computer technology in foreign language teacher training; implementing the virtual campus learning community for teacher education at George Fox University; active learning environments that prepare teachers for technology; modeling technology use in special education teacher training; an effective model for professional development in using technology to learn; using the Internet to create a virtual learning community; metaphoric scaffolding--using digital video techniques to overcome teacher apprehension about new approaches to learning; the Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE); CTER (Curriculum, Technology, and Education Reform) online; using WebCT (Web-based course tools) to extend learning in graduate educational technology courses; the Targeted Instructional Staff Development Project; designing learning practices as professional development for teacher educators; a masters program that prepares teachers to use information technology; technology autobiographies in teacher education; the TUTORPEA project for adults' teachers lifelong learning; integrating technology into the school curriculum with thematic units; training sessions designed to help teachers enhance lessons with technology; the computer mediated communication environment as it fosters collaborative ways of knowing, teaching, and learning; a constructivist approach for professional development; the linear-nonlinear problem-solving approach to a multimedia and Internet course; task-oriented training in staff development; and how post graduate students on initial teacher training courses develop their information technology skills. Individual papers contain references. (MES)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Language: English
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