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Preliminary Recommendations Regarding Preparation of Teachers and School Leaders to Use Learning Technologies

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CITE Journal Volume 17, Number 1, ISSN 1528-5804 Publisher: Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education, Waynesville, NC USA


A national symposium on the role of efficacy research in the development, adoption, and implementation of educational technology will take place in 2017. The Educational Technology Efficacy Research symposium represents the culmination of a year-long collaboration among stakeholders: academic researchers, entrepreneurs, school district and university leaders, investors, philanthropists, K-12 teachers, and college professors. This work is motivated by a belief that technology has unmet potential to improve student outcomes. The goal is to move efficacy to the center of the discourse concerning technology in education and, in doing so, create pathways for innovations that work to scale and make an impact. Ten working groups are investigating the role of efficacy research. This is a report of the initial efforts of Working Group E, which is investigating the knowledge and competence that faculty members and leaders in educational institutions need to possess with respect to learning technologies in order to prepare competent teachers and school leaders, given the expectation that technologies and societal priorities are likely to change.


Bull, G., Spector, J.M. & Persichitte, K. (2017). Preliminary Recommendations Regarding Preparation of Teachers and School Leaders to Use Learning Technologies. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 17(1), 1-9. Waynesville, NC USA: Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education. Retrieved November 19, 2019 from .


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