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Journal of Technology and Teacher Education

April 2009 Volume 17, Number 2


Richard E. Ferdig

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Student Teachers’ Use of Technology-Generated Representations: Exemplars and Rationales

    Nicole Juersivich, Joe Garofalo & Virginia Fraser, University of Virginia, United States

    The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics identified technology as a feature of high-quality mathematics education. One way that teachers can use technology to facilitate their pupils’... More

    pp. 149-173

  2. Studying Classroom Practice: Case Development for Professional Learning in Technology Integration

    Chrystalla Mouza & Wilkey Wong, University of Delaware, United States

    This study investigated the efficacy of case development as an instrument for teacher learning in technology integration. In particular, the study investigated whether case development can help... More

    pp. 175-202

  3. The Views of Preservice Teachers About the Strengths and Limitations of the Use of Graphing Calculators in Mathematics Instruction

    S. Asli Ozgun-Koca, Wayne State University, United States

    Handheld graphing technologies have fundamentally been utilized in the teaching and learning of many secondary school and college mathematics concepts. In order to observe the effects of these new ... More

    pp. 203-227

  4. Beyond Recollection:Reexamining Preservice Teacher Practices Using Structured Evidence, Analysis, and Reflection

    Craig Shepherd, The University of Wyoming, United States; Michael Hannafin, The University of Georgia, United States

    Six preservice social studies teachers examined techniques believed to promote active student engagement during a 12-week field experience through electronic portfolio development supported by... More

    pp. 229-251

  5. Interrater Reliability of a Team-Scored Electronic Portfolio

    Yuankun Yao, Karen Foster & Jennifer Aldrich, University of Central Missouri, United States

    This study applied generalizability theory to investigate the interrater reliability of a team-scored electronic portfolio required for initial teacher certification. The sample consisted of 31... More

    pp. 253-275

  6. The Benefits and Limitations of Online Group Work in a Teacher Education Program

    Heejung An, College of Education, William Paterson University, United States; Sangkyung Kim, Teachers College, Columbia University, United States

    This study examined the benefits and difficulties that graduate student teachers perceived while participating in online collaborative group activities during their first year of a masters program.... More

    pp. 2465-2472