The Importance of Technology for Making Cultural Values Visible
Theory Into Practice Volume 42, Number 3, ISSN 0040-5841
Explores the potential for using technological tools to foster teacher understanding of cultural diversity and promote teacher reflection, reviewing studies in which different technologies were used in ways that allowed implicit teacher and student beliefs to become more explicit and easier to reflect on. The paper focuses on technological artifacts, multimedia cases, and Information and Communication Technologies, examining each technology for teacher reflection and belief change. (SM)
Lin, X. & Kinzer, C.K. (2003). The Importance of Technology for Making Cultural Values Visible. Theory Into Practice, 42(3), 234.
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