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Technology and Teacher Preparation, Fall 1999-Win 2000

This document contains the fall 1999, fall 2000, and winter 2000 issues of "Technology and Teacher Preparation." The fall 1999 issue describes NCREL and its Higher Education Initiative; contains a faculty profile focusing on engaging science educators with technology; and describes tenth-grade students' efforts to measure the Coon River creekbed, Minnesota. The fall 2000 issue offers articles on the following topics: the University of Illinois Chicago's program to place preservice teachers in city classrooms following training on the integration and use of technology in the classroom; tools and resources for systemic redesign (the enGauge Web-based framework and tool set, which is designed to help schools, districts, colleges, and universities use technology effectively for teaching and learning); providing professional development via the Pathways to School Improvement Internet server to promote the effective use of technology in education; integrating information and communication technologies into teacher education programs in the Netherlands and the United States; and a variety of World Wide Web sites containing resources and information about technology and teacher preparation. The winter 2000 articles are: (1) "Get with the Program: Online Teaching Is Here To Stay" (Raymond Rose); and (2) "Reforming Teacher Preparation for Effective Use of Learning Technologies" (Kyle L. Peck). (SM)

Descriptors: Communications, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education, Experiential Learning, Faculty Development, Higher Education, Information Technology, Inservice Teacher Education, Internet, Preservice Teacher Education, Public Schools, Student Teachers, Student Teaching, Urban Schools

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Author: Lane, Sabrina, Ed.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=9826&id=ED452150







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