The Preparedness of Teacher Trainees for Computer Utilisation: The Australian and British Experiences
JEFTIRP Volume 16, Number 2, ISSN 0260-7476
Results from a survey of 65 Australian first-year teacher-trainees indicate that the majority of students are positively inclined but ill prepared to take advantage of the computers they find at their disposal when entering a teacher education training institution. Implications for teacher education courses are explored. (IAH)
Wilson, B. (1990). The Preparedness of Teacher Trainees for Computer Utilisation: The Australian and British Experiences. Journal of Education for Teaching: International Research and Pedagogy, 16(2), 161.
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