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Journal of Computing in Teacher Education

1997 Volume 13, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. What Should Teachers Know about Technology? A Revised Look at the ISTE Foundations

    James H. Wiebe & Harriet G. Taylor

    The International Society for Technology in Education foundations constitute guidelines for what teachers should know and be able to do with technology. The Foundations provide indicators for... More

    pp. 5-9

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  2. Electronic Connections through Teacher Education Triads

    Shelley B. Wepner & Nancy E. Seminoff

    This pilot project examined the use of e-mail to increase the frequency and substance of communication among triads of student teachers, college supervisors, and cooperating teachers. Three of five... More

    pp. 11-19

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  3. Accessibility: The Main Factor Influencing Special Education Teachers' Perceived Level of Computer Competence

    Tandra L. Tyler-Wood, Dawn Putney & Michael A. Cass

    Reports a study that examined the relationship of demographics and computer accessibility variables to special educators' perceived computer competency levels. Surveys of 234 special educators... More

    pp. 20-24

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  4. Teacher Professional Development on the World Wide Web: The LETSNet Web Site and Teacher Learning

    Andrew G. Topper, Mark G. Gillingham, Nicole C. Ellefson & Valerie L. Worthington

    The Learning Exchange for Teachers and Students through the Internet (LETSNet) is a World Wide Web site that informs teachers about potential classroom uses of the Internet. This article discusses ... More

    pp. 25-33

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