Technology in Teacher Education: From Electronic Tutor to Cognitive Tool. Relevant Readings
Action in Teacher Education Volume 17, Number 4, ISSN 0162-6620
Examines research that portrays shifts from technology as instructional media to technology as a cognitive tool in teacher education. After discussing various print resources that provide perspective, the paper recommends several World Wide Web sites as entry points to information about innovative educational applications of technology on the Internet. (SM)
Reeves, T.C. (1996). Technology in Teacher Education: From Electronic Tutor to Cognitive Tool. Relevant Readings. Action in Teacher Education, 17(4), 74-78.
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