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ERIC Number: ED457828
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001-Mar
Pages: 252
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Graduate & Inservice. [SITE 2001 Section].
Crawford, Caroline M., Ed.
This document contains the papers on graduate and inservice teacher education from the SITE (Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education) 2001 conference. Topics covered include: media literacy across the curriculum; contextual learning about information technology (IT); IT in teacher education; reform in a graduate school technology program; the Brazilian national computer forum for education; integrating standards into educational technology masters programs; developing professional development schools; a teacher development model for scaffolding technology integration; teaching electronic information research skills to teachers; overcoming barriers to technology integration through mentoring; ensuring technology leaders; aligning graduate credit courses with standards; subject-specific technology integration training; teachers discovering and integrating technology; the South Central Regional Technology in Education Consortium; a partnership to enhance technology integration; ways to integrate technology into the classroom; information and communications technology (ICT) training for teachers; networked learning; whole theme learning in the Internet virtual community; constructing knowledge networks; models of professional IT development for practicing teachers; a framework for designing professional development courses in instructional technology for teachers; a professional development plan for integration technology; an inservice methodology course via the Internet; teacher reflections on learning new technology; the real practice of technology integration; the unique impact of Internet instruction on future teachers; an inservice teacher development for fostering problem-based integration of technology; multimedia in the classroom; reflections on the impact of ICTs; an instructional staff development project; the impact o change in attitudes on practice; comparing certificate and degree teacher education options; engaging learners with technology; multimodal distance learning; a course design overview of a World Wide Web-based program; revolution of the pedagogical use of ICT by influencing the whole school community; innovative program design and instructional methods for online teacher education; a graduate track in learning technologies; using the communities of practice strategy to enhance mentoring; teaching and learning in an online information technology environment; learning to learn in online courses; and teachers' inservice training needs. Most papers contain references. (MES)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Language: English
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