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Journal of Technology and Teacher Education

2002 Volume 10, Number 2


Richard E. Ferdig

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 9

  1. Dee Anna Willis: An Appreciation

    Glen Bull & Gina Bull, University of Virginia, United States

    Editor's Comment: As SITE passed on the torch to a new editor of JTATE, it was felt that we should pause to honor the people who founded SITE and JTATE. In a previous issue we honored Jerry Willis ... More

    pp. 155-157

  2. Using a Self-Administered Visual Basic Software Tool to Teach Psychological Concepts

    Amie K. Sullivan, Zahrl G. Schoeny & Harold R. Strang, University of Virginia, United States

    This article introduces LearningLinks, a Visual Basic software tool that allows teachers to create highly individualized learning modules that embrace powerful constructivist and behavioral... More

    pp. 159-167

  3. Situated Professional Development and Technology Integration: The Capital Area Technology and Inquiry in Education (CATIE) Mentoring Program

    Aliya Holmes, Juan D. Vargas & Karen Swan, University of Albany, United States; Sybillyn Jennings, The Sage Colleges, United States; Ellen Meier, Teachers College, United States; Lester Rubenfeld, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, United States

    This article explores the theoretical basis for a mentoring model of professional development concerned with the integration of computing technologies into classroom teaching and learning. It... More

    pp. 169-190

  4. Technology Integration: Closing the Gap Between What Preservice Teachers are Taught To Do and What They Can Do

    Swight Hare, Esther Howard & Margaret Pope, Mississippi State University, United States

    The digital divide exists not only between those who have technology and those who do not. A gap also exists between what we teach preservice teachers about technology and what we expect them to do... More

    pp. 191-203

  5. Pedagogical TICKIT: Web Conferencing to Promote Communication and Support During Teacher Professional Development

    Curtis J. Bonk & Lee Ehman, Indiana University, United States; Lisa Yamagata-Lynch, University of Utah, United States; Emily Hixon, Purdue University—Calumet, United States

    This article discusses the online activities used in the Teacher Institute for Curriculum Knowledge about the Integration of Technology (TICKIT) during 1998-1999. TICKIT is a school-based... More

    pp. 205-233

  6. Servant, Master, Double-Edged Sword: Metaphors Teachers Use to Discuss Technology

    James B. Carroll & Karen E. Eifler, University of Portland, United States

    Although technology and technology access are far from equitably distributed in our societies, technology is progressively pervasive. There is a baseline of technology integration with which the... More

    pp. 235-246

  7. Combining Web-Based Training and Mentorship to Improve Technology Integration in the K-12 Classroom

    Robert Polselli, Killingly Public Schools, United States

    To satisfy the demand for a technology literate workforce, students in the United States must receive computer instruction at an early age. Unfortunately, technology integration efforts are falling... More

    pp. 247-272

  8. A Working Typology of Intentions Driving Face-To-Face and Online Interaction in a Graduate Teacher Education Course

    Charalambos Vrasidas, Western Illinois University, United States

    The study examined the intentions driving face-to-face and online interaction in a graduate online course from the meaning perspectives of the teacher and students. Participants in the study were... More

    pp. 273-296

  9. The Focusing Effect of Technology: Implications for Teacher Education

    Joanne Lobato & Amy Burns Ellis, San Diego State University, United States

    When technology is implemented in classrooms, students often form ideas that are unexpected and unwanted by the teachers and the designers of the technology. This article advances the notion of the... More

    pp. 297-314