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ERIC Number: ED444529
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000
Pages: 303
Abstractor: N/A
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Preservice Teacher Education.
Moore, Barbara, Ed.; Burkett, Ruth, Ed.; White, James A., Ed.; Feyten, Carine M., Ed.
The papers contained in this document cover the following topics related to preservice teacher education and technology: an initiative to improve technology education in Michigan; computer technology courses; uses of information technologies in an Australian degree program; use of an electronic bulletin board; discovering South Dakota through telecollaborative means; teachers and students collaborate to master technology curriculums; four-year collaborative for preparing teachers to use technology; creating partnerships that renew preservice education; teaching the use of information in a technology framework; developing a cross-curricular focus to information and communication technology teaching; pairing up inservice and preservice teachers to develop an understanding of technology integration; infusing technology into the curriculum; preparing teachers for the digital age; increasing instructional technology competencies; creating a dynamic model for educational technology in a field-based program; preparing teachers to integrate technology; technology integration in colleges of education; an innovative strategy for supporting teachers during field experiences; technology as a tool; teachers as constructivist producers and critical consumers of technological resources; learning practices in Amsterdam; the evolution of a hands-on technology integration course; an innovative course including the integration of information and communications technology; an educational paradigm for tomorrow's society; preliminary investigation of influences on student teachers' self-efficacy for teaching with computers; preservice teachers' beliefs about effective uses of computers in the classroom; flexible delivery of teacher professional development for information technology; how computer-based visual mapping tools can enhance learning; integrating technology for moral education in the student teaching practicum; preparation for the integration and implementation of appropriate technology; electronic portfolios for learning and assessment; development of a personal electronic profile; preparing teachers for constructivist classrooms; computer-mediated communication; using group process techniques to facilitate development of technology skills; enriching field experience through e-mail mentoring; integrating technology into inquiry-based teacher education; teachers learning about software implementation; implementing mandated information technology infusion; six categories of technology practice; a multimedia CD-ROM; using videos of technology-using teachers to enhance technology skills; using videotape technology to enhance the transformation into practicing teachers; lessons from a K-12/university collaborative; preservice teachers as models; a collaborative technology partnership; a new paradigm of teacher education integrating technology; using technology in field experience in regular and special education; meeting National Council of Accreditation for Teacher Education standards; using the Internet to promote technology integration, thinking skills, and motivation; advancement of technology integration skills through university coursework; and giving teachers the tools they need to integrate technology. (Contains 384 references.) (MES)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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