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Journal of Computing in Teacher Education

2004 Volume 20, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. A Virtual Hall of Mirrors? Confronting the Digital Divide in Urban Social Studies Teacher Education

    Margaret Smith Crocco & Judith Cramer

    Reporting on a PT[superscript 3] grant-funded technology initiative involving social studies preservice students at Teachers College, Columbia University, this article seeks to illumine the many... More

    pp. 133-139

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  2. Technological Thinking and Practice in the Social Studies: Transcending the Tumultuous Adolescence of Reform

    Michael J. Berson & Peter Balyta

    The authors reflect on the evolving role of technology in the field of social studies and compare the tumultuous adolescence of technology integration with future trends in teaching and learning.... More

    pp. 141-150

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  3. Using Digital History for Positive Change in Social Studies Education

    John Lee & Philip Molebash

    This paper reports on the Digital Historical Inquiry Project, an initiative for developing activities and programs that enable preservice and inservice social studies teachers to learn the methods ... More

    pp. 153-157

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  4. Teaching by Example: Integrating Technology into Social Studies Education Courses

    Alicia R. Crowe

    This article primarily focuses on how one social studies teacher education faculty member incorporated technology into a series of social studies education courses. The integration involved both a ... More

    pp. 159-165

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