Technology and Teacher Education: A Guide for Educators and Policy Makers / Edition 1

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Technology and Teacher Education is a guide of invaluable resources and information for faculty to use on-the-job. This text helps instructors by discussing how technology impacts learning, changes teacher education programs, and affects the instructor's role in delivering instruction.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780618071999
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 6/28/2001
  • Series: College Teaching Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 352
  • Product dimensions: 5.44 (w) x 7.98 (h) x 0.55 (d)

Meet the Author

Howard Mehlinger is director of the Center for Teaching Excellence at Indiana University and former dean of the College of Education. Formerly, he was professor of Education and History at Indiana University.

Susan Powers is assistant professor of Instruction and Media Technology at Indiana State University.

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Table of Contents

Note: Each chapter ends with a Conclusion. 1. The Technology Challenge for Teacher Education Dialogues Within the Academy: Dinner for Eight Introduction Three Assumptions That Guide This Book How SCDEs Are Handling the Increased Role of Technology What Obstacles Must Be Overcome if SCDEs Are to Employ Technology Successfully? 2. Establishing Benchmarks for Technology and Teacher Education Dialogues Within the Academy: Finding Benchmarks The CEO Forum on Education and Technology Campus Leadership Campus Infrastructure SCDE Leadership SCDE Infrastructure SCDE Curriculum Faculty Competence and Use Student Competence and Use Alumni Connections 3. Approaches to Technology Instruction in Teacher Education Dialogues Within the Academy: Do You Think Technology Might Affect Accreditation? Sorting Out the Options Stand-Alone Technology Course College/University Technology Requirement Integrated Technology Component Technology in the Field Computer-Assisted Instruction and Distance Learning as a Technology Component Technology Fully Integrated Throughout the Program 4. Integration of Technology Across the Teacher Education Curriculum Dialogues Within the Academy: From Dinner for Eight to Lunch for Three Finding a Model for Technology Integration Building a Framework Specific to the SCDE Integrated Technology Activities 5. Technology for Special Education Teachers Dialogues Within the Academy: What About Special Education? Special Education Service Delivery Preparing Teachers to Use Technology in Special Education 6. Preparation of Technology Specialists Dialogues Within the Academy: Trying to Do It All Preparing the Technology Specialist 7. Technology for School Administrators and Counselors Dialogues Within the Academy: Administrators and Counselors Next Why Should We Be Concerned About the Technology Competence of School Administrators and Counselors? The Impact of Technology on the Role of School Administrators The Role of Technology in School Administration Graduate Programs The Impact of Technology on the Role of School Counselors The Role of Technology in Counselor Education Graduate Programs 8. Distance-Learning Technologies in Education Courses Dialogues Within the Academy: Out on the Road Distance Learning in Higher Education Why Distance Education? A Model for Merging Distance-Learning Technology and Teacher Education Professional Development, In-Service, and Distance Education 9. Using Technology as a Catalyst for Change Dialogues Within the Academy: The Final Report Problems of Change in Higher Education Seven Lessons from Research on Change CEO Forum Revisited Nine Steps for Successful Technology Implementation University of Florida College of Education Information Technology Initiative Glossary Resources Index

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