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Journal of Information Technology for Teacher Education

2000 Volume 9, Number 2

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Information Technology Skills of Australian Teachers: Implications for Teacher Education

    Glenn Russell, Glenn Finger & Neil Russell

    Investigated Australian teachers' experience with and skill in information technology. Surveys of elementary and secondary teachers from 400 schools indicated that teachers believed they had basic ... More

    pp. 149-66

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  2. Integrating Information and Communications Technology in Professional Practice: An Analysis of Teachers' Needs Based on a Survey of Primary and Secondary Teachers in Scottish Schools

    Dorothy Williams, Louisa Coles, Amanda Richardson, Kay Wilson & Jennifer Tuson

    Surveyed Scottish elementary and secondary teachers regarding their perceived information and communications technology (ICT) needs. Results highlighted three interrelated areas of ICT need: access... More

    pp. 167-82

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  3. Information Technology in Secondary Schools and its Impact on Training Information Technology Teachers

    Roger Crawford

    Reviews problems in ensuring satisfactory information technology (IT) teaching and learning for English secondary students, explaining how these circumstances can impact student teachers training... More

    pp. 183-97

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  4. Teacher/Pupil Perspectives on Computer-Augmented Physics Lessons on Measurement in Kenyan Secondary Schools

    Joel Kipkemboi Kiboss

    Investigated the views of Kenyan secondary school students and teachers regarding the impact of a computer-based instruction program that involved collaborative learning within a physics course on ... More

    pp. 199-218

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  5. Collaboration and Virtual Mentoring: Building Relationships between Pre-Service and In-Service Special Education Teachers

    Janice J. Seabrooks, Stephanie Kenney & Maggie LaMontagne

    Explored the impact of mentoring via the Internet within two special education teacher preparation programs in which graduate students mentored undergraduate students. Data from pre- and post... More

    pp. 219-36

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  6. Using Unmediated Computer Conferencing To Promote Reflective Practice and Confidence-building in Initial Teacher Education

    Despina Galanouli & Jude Collins

    Examined whether computer conferencing without tutor moderation could be successfully implemented between preservice teachers from Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, considering the... More

    pp. 237-54

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  7. Supporting Remote Communities with a Shared Virtual Classroom: A View of Social Contexts

    Jukka Husu

    Describes a Finnish project that linked a remote and an urban secondary classroom to make one virtual classroom. Data from student and teacher interviews and from participant observations indicated... More

    pp. 255-67

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