Computer/Curriculum Integration Model and Teacher In-Service
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Breithaupt, D., Davis-Seaver, J. & Smith-Gratto, K. (1999). Computer/Curriculum Integration Model and Teacher In-Service. In J. Price et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 1999 (pp. 718-721). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference (SITE) 1999
J.D. Price, J Willis, Dee Anna Willis, M Jost & S Boger-Mehall
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In education there is a common concern that computers are not being integrated into the curriculum. This concern pervades the educational establishment from principals who want teachers to integrate computers into the curriculum to the Federal Government, which held meetings in the spring of 1998 in Washington to discuss the issue. The purpose of this study was to provide in-service training for teachers which taught the teachers who took part a Computer/Curriculum integration model and training in areas each grade group of teachers requested. Surveys were taken at the beginning of the study and at the end of the study. In addition, field notes were made during in-service activities.
- How a Blended Approach for Job-embedded Learning has led Teachers to Recognize and Reflect upon the Unique Intersections of Content, Technology, and Classroom Practice in the Advanced Broadband Enabled Learning (ABEL) Program.
- Transforming teacher practice through blended professional development: Lessons learned from three initiatives
- Lessons Learned from Offering a Technologically Mediated Job-Embedded Professional Learning Program to Teachers
- Can Learning to Use Moodle Alter Teachers’ Approaches to Teaching?
- Perspectives on Blended Learning in Higher Education
- Strategic Blending: A Conceptual Framework to Improve Learning and Performance
- Exploring Course Content in Moodle to Determine Learning Environment Efficacy over Face-to-Face Constraints
- A REVIEW OF WEB-BASED LEARNING SYSTEMS FOR PROGRAMMING
- Connecting Theory to Practice – Using technology to support situated learning in vocational education
- Finding a Balance in Dimensions of Blended Learning
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