What Should Teachers Know about Technology
Perspectives and Practices
Yong Zhao, Michigan State University
A volume in the series: Research, Innovation and Methods in Educational Technology. Editor(s): Chrystalla Mouza, University of Delaware. Nancy C. Lavigne, University of Delaware.
Schools and colleges of teacher education are called upon to prepare teachers to use technology. The ability to use technology has been established as a requirement for teacher licensing, certification, and sometimes employment. This book offers a comprehensive picture of the prominent perspectives on technology literacy for teachers and current practices in preparing teachers to become technologically literate. Articles included in this volume address such pressing issues as the theoretical foundations of teacher technology knowledge, the role of technology in teaching, technology standards for teachers, and effective approaches to prepare technologically competent teachers.
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- Constructivist Instructional Design (C-ID) Foundations, Models, and Examples
- Evaluating Electronic Portfolios in Teacher Education
- Evaluating Technology in Teacher Education Lessons From the Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers for Technology (PT3) Program
- Framing Research on Technology and Student Learning in the Content Areas Implications for Educators
- Qualitative Research Methods in Education and Educational Technology
- Research on Technology in English Education
- Research on Technology in Social Studies Education