The Difficulties in Developing Information Technology Competencies with Student Science Teachers
Research in Science & Technological Education Volume 16, Number 1, ISSN 0263-5143
Describes the information technology (IT) capabilities of a group of science student teachers. Argues that the classroom experience of using IT is an essential component of the training course and that progress is hampered by the infrequent use of computers by school mentors. Contains 33 references. (DDR)
Parkinson, J. (1998). The Difficulties in Developing Information Technology Competencies with Student Science Teachers. Research in Science & Technological Education, 16(1), 67-78.
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