You are here:

Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education

2000 Volume 1, Number 1

Editors

Glen L. Bull; Lynn Bell; Chrystalla Mouza

Search this issue

Table of Contents

Number of articles: 10

  1. A User's Guide to the CITE Journal

    Glen Bull, Univ. of Virginia, United States; Jerry Willis, Iowa State Univ., United States; Lynn Bell, Univ. of Virginia, United States

    This inaugural issue of Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education ( CITE Journal ) appears online in Summer 2000. It is the result of an extended collaboration that began several... More

    pp. 4-8

  2. Setting the Priorities: Electronic Scholarly Publishing

    Jerry Willis, Iowa State Univ., United States; Glen Bull, Univ. of Virginia, United States

    Three journals were dedicated to publishing scholarly and professional papers in the field of educational technology and teacher education at the beginning of the year 2000: * Journal of... More

    pp. 9-38

  3. Preparing Tomorrow's Science Teachers to Use Technology: Guidelines for Science Educators

    Larry Flick, Oregon State Univ., United States; Randy Bell, Univ. of Virginia, United States

    Science and technology education have enjoyed a meaningful partnership across most of this century. The work of scientists embraces an array of technologies, and major accomplishments in science... More

    pp. 39-60

  4. Promoting Appropriate Uses of Technology in Mathematics Teacher Preparation

    Hollylynne Stohl Drier, Suzanne Harper, Maria A. Timmerman & Joe Garofalo, Univ. of Virginia, United States; Tod Shockey, Univ. of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, United States

    In the Principles and Standards of School Mathematics the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) identified the "Technology Principle" as one of six principles of high quality... More

    pp. 66-88

  5. Preparing Tomorrow's English Language Arts Teachers Today: Principles and Practices for Infusing Technology

    Carol A. Pope, North Carolina State Univ., United States; Jeffrey N. Golub, Univ. of South Florida, United States

    Teachers using technology in their English language arts classrooms are not only improving their instruction for their students; they are changing the very nature of that instruction. The following... More

    pp. 89-97

  6. Guidelines for Using Technology to Prepare Social Studies Teachers

    Michael Berson, University of South Florida, United States; Richard Diem, University of Texas-San Antonio, United States; David Hicks, Virginia Tech, United States; Cheryl Mason, University of Virginia, United States; John Lee, Georgia State Univ., United States; Tony Dralle, Univ. of Virginia, United States

    Social studies teacher education faculty members who effectively integrate technology in methods courses provide students opportunities to explore applications for the K-12 classroom and to... More

    pp. 107-116

  7. If We Didn’t Have the Schools We Have Today, Would We Create the Schools We Have Today?

    Thomas G. Carroll, U.S. Department of Education, United States

    We have a unique opportunity in education today. Massive funds are pouring into the technology infrastructure of K-12 schools. It is estimated that $7 billion a year is being spent to equip schools... More

    pp. 117-140

  8. Preservice Technology Integration through Collaborative Action Communities

    Melissa E. Pierson & Sara McNeil, Univ. of Houston, United States

    Building on a successful field-based preservice program aimed at effective strategies for teaching diverse urban youth, the University of Houston is instituting an action research process to... More

    pp. 189-199

  9. Distance Learning and the Visually Impaired: A Success Story

    Kay A. Ferrell, Nathan Lowell & Kay A. Persichitte, Univ. of Northern Colorado, United States

    This article describes a U.S. Department of Education grant funded project to develop and deliver a distance master's degree program in blindness and visual impairment to students in the 14 states ... More

    pp. 200-208

  10. Defining a Field: Content, Theory, and Research Issues

    Jerry Willis, Univ. of Houston, United States

    The emerging field of information technology and teacher education (ITTE) can be defmed in many different ways. This paper proposes that ITTE be defined through a subject matter focus on the use of... More

    pp. 209-219