Technology Engineering Science Instruction in the Information Age: Integrating Instructional Technology in K12 Education
James E. Osler, Gail Hollowell, Cassandra Palmer
Journal on School Educational Technology Volume 4, Number 1, ISSN 0973-2217
This paper is a summary of the use of the Technology Engineering in K-12 education that integrates science and technology to positively impact students and teachers. The Technology Enhanced Learning in Science Center (or "TELS") is a research consortium that uses dynamic and innovative technology-based solutions combined with science & mathematics curricula in an innovative way to empower teachers and enhance student learning. As a best practice, the TELS model can provide academicians with new teaching strategies that seamlessly integrate technology into the classroom to increase student retention and transfer of science and mathematics concepts.
Osler, J.E., Hollowell, G. & Palmer, C. (2008). Technology Engineering Science Instruction in the Information Age: Integrating Instructional Technology in K12 Education. Journal on School Educational Technology, 4(1), 12-17. Retrieved March 20, 2023 from https://www.learntechlib.org/p/175568/.
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