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Journal of Technology and Teacher Education

2003 Volume 11, Number 3

Editors

Richard E. Ferdig

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Effective Integration of Instructional Technology

    John Wells, West Virginia University, United States

    It is well known that society is currently experiencing great technological momentum and that technology has found its way into our classrooms. Yet, many teachers have not demonstrated an... More

  2. Evaluation of an Online Multimedia, Teaching and Learning Resource: Allsorts Primary School

    Ruth Wood, Kingston University, United Kingdom; Ian Cumpson, University of Greenwich, United Kingdom; Fiona French, University of North London, United Kingdom

    As part of the EFFECTS award (Effective Framework for Embedding Communications and Information Technology using Targeted Support), the necessity of evaluating the use of Information and... More

    pp. 333-346

  3. Reflection Through the ID-PRISM: A Teacher Planning Tool to Transform Classrooms into Web-Enhanced Learning Environments

    Tiffany Koszalka, Syracuse University, United States

    Recent books and articles are full of definitions of the ideal electronic classroom, prescriptions of how to use web resources, and descriptions of the effects of such resources on teaching... More

    pp. 347-375

  4. Electronic Discourse in Preservice Teacher Preparation

    Joyce Killian & Gary L. Willhite, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, United States

    After a review of the literature on electronic discourse (ED), including research from teacher education and several other academic fields, the authors describe an investigation of the efficacy of ... More

    pp. 377-395

  5. Effective Integration of Instructional Technologies (IT): Evaluating Professional Development and Instructional Change

    Katherine Mitchem, Deborah L. Wells & John G. Wells, West Virginia University, United States

    It is well known that society is currently experiencing great technological momentum and that technology has found its way into our classrooms. Yet, many teachers have not demonstrated an adoption ... More

    pp. 397-414

  6. Exploring the Influence of Web-Based Portfolio Development on Learning to Teach Elementary Science

    Lucy Avraamidou, The Pennsylvania State University, United States

    This multi-participant case study aimed to examine web-based portfolio development in the service of supporting reflective thinking and learning within the innovative context of Professional... More

    pp. 415-442

  7. Online Academy: Content Validation Through A Juror Process

    Edward Meyen, e-Learning Design Lab, United States

    The Online Academy (HO29K73002) was funded by the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) to develop research-based online instructional modules in the content areas of reading, positive... More

    pp. 443-454