Teaching Teachers to Use Technology

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Overview

Help teachers become more effective in the classroom

Though teachers may have access to the newest technology, they often avoid it because they don’t understand it or know how to use it to their best advantage. Teaching Teachers to Use Technology provides numerous strategies for effectively infusing technology into teacher education. This timely book includes models for professional and staff development, inquiry learning, network-based assessment, and collaborating through online learning and publications to increase the quality and quantity of educators entering the workforce as classroom teachers.

The Millennium Project’s PT3 (Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers to use Technology) program provided funds to spark educational projects such as the Leaders in Technology Enhanced Schools (LITES) project and others, all to better prepare pre-service and in-service teachers to teach more effectively through the use of technology. Teaching Teachers to Use Technology presents the latest research results and highlights case studies to illustrate the strengths and weaknesses of various projects. Respected experts discuss creative strategies to provide readers with a range of perspectives and innovative ideas to meet future challenges in education. The text provides several helpful tables and appendixes.

Topics in Teaching Teachers to Use Technology include discussions on:

  • the Millenium Project’s PT3 program research results
  • the Practicum Plus Program
  • a model program of core course work including educational technology, faculty modeling, and clinical experiences
  • the online Personal Learning Planner (PLP)
  • lessons learned from a project at a small private college which prioritized the issue of educational equity
  • knowledge gained from the LITES project at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
  • three major barriers to infusion of technology into the curriculum
  • research comparing the innovation of the technology-enhanced lessons and the NETS standards
  • a case study of a project funded by PT3 program which shows how technology can be used for assessment
Teaching Teachers to Use Technology is an invaluable source for educators, administrators, computer center directors, and special service providers in the school setting.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780789035042
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 3/28/2007
  • Series: Computers in the Schools Ser.
  • Pages: 182
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.30 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Table of Contents

  • Pathway for Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers to Infuse Technology (Rhonda Christensen and Gerald Knezek)
  • Staff Development to Provide Intentional Language Teaching in Technology-Rich K-8 Multicultural Classrooms (E. Carol Beckett, Keith Wetzel, Ines Marquez Chisholm, Ron Zambo, Ray Buss, Helen Padgett, Mia Kim Williams, and Mary Odom)
  • Technology and Pedagogical Renewal: Conceptualizing Technology Integration into Teacher Preparation (Mesut Duran, Paul R. Fossum, and Gail R. Luera)
  • The Personal Learning Planner: Collaboration Through Online Learning and Publication (Bruce Havelock, David Gibson, and Lorraine Sherry)
  • Infusing Technology into Teacher Education: Doing More with Less (Linda R. Lisowski, Joseph A. Lisowski, and Sherry Nicolia)
  • Design as a Focus for Technology Integration: Lessons Learned from a PT3 Project (Wayne A. Nelson and Melissa Thomeczek)
  • One Model of Professional Development for Higher Education Faculty (Valeria Amburgey)
  • Inquiry Learning and Technology: A Model for Teacher Education Programs (Nancy Wentworth)
  • Elements of Network-Based Assessment (David Gibson)
  • PT3 and the Deans’ Grants: Some Important Differences (Cleborne D. Maddux)
  • Index
  • Reference Notes Included
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