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Journal of Technology and Teacher Education

2003 Volume 11, Number 1


Richard Hartshorne

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Developing an Online Master of Education in Educational Technology in a Learning Paradigm: The Process and The Product

    Elizabeth Willis & Gary Tucker, Northern Arizona University, United States; Cathy Gunn, University of Illinois, United States

    The political process necessary for planning and implementing a new degree program at Northern Arizona University (NAU), The Educational Technology Master of Education (M. Ed.), began in the spring... More

    pp. 5-21

  2. The Gateway to Educational Materials: An Evaluation of an Online Resource for Teachers and an Exploration of User Behavior

    Mary Ann Fitzgerald, Vicki Lovin & Robert Maribe Branch, University of Georgia, United States

    Gateway to Educational Materials (GEM) provides an online, indexed database of lesson plans designed for teachers. This set of studies evaluates this resource and explores characteristics of... More

    pp. 21-51

  3. A Study of Preservice Elementary Teachers’ Technology Skill Preparedness and Examples of How It Can Be Increased

    Julie J. Albee, Northwest Missouri State University, United States

    The National Survey on Information Technology in Teacher Education (Moursund & Bielefeldt, 1999) supported that "In order to provide models for change, researchers, professional societies, and... More

    pp. 53-71

  4. Reflections on a Technology Integration Project

    Cindy Kovalik, Kent State University, United States

    Technology-Enhanced Learning Outcomes (TELO) is the name of a grant funded by the Ohio Learning Network (Kovalik, 1999). The project was designed to help K-12 classroom teachers integrate... More

    pp. 73-90

  5. The LPII Simulation: A Lesson-Planning Tool for Preservice Teachers

    Harold R. Strang, University of Virginia, United States; Ronald J. Clark, United States Marine Corps, United States

    This article describes the key features of the LPII, a Visual Basic simulation that is designed to help preservice teachers gain insights in planning effective lessons for both motivated and... More

    pp. 91-103

  6. Video Technology as a Support for Teacher Education Reform

    Jian Wang & Kendall Hartley, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, United States

    This review explores the relationship between video-technology and teacher education reform. Important changes in teacher education are reviewed and the ways in which video-technology can provide... More

    pp. 105-138