Case Studies of Future Teachers: Learning to Teach with Technology
Journal of Computing in Teacher Education Volume 21, Number 2, ISSN 1040-2454
This longitudinal research study explores preservice teachers' developing vision of technology in teaching and learning. Participants include eight teacher education students enrolled in one of three consecutive educational technology courses. Qualitative methods were used to analyze data, and tentative assertions have emerged related to a developing vision of teaching with technology: expectations for teaching with technology, perceived challenges of technology, questioning classroom uses of technology, and the driving development of a technology-rich program by education students.
Pierson, M.E. & Cozart, A. (2005). Case Studies of Future Teachers: Learning to Teach with Technology. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education, 21(2), 59-63.
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Coleen Moore-Hayes & Coleen Moore-Hayes, Cape Breton University
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