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Will Technology Really Change Education?
From the series, Critical Issues in Teacher Education, published in conjunction with the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education.
Kent and McNergney explore the issues raised by current efforts to infuse technology into educational systems, including what we know about current use of technology in schools and the role technology may play in the future of teacher education.
- Grade Level: PreK-12
- ISBN: 9780803966567
- Published By: Corwin
- Series: Critical Issues in Teacher Education Series
- Year: 1998
- Page Count: 80
- Publication date: November 24, 1998
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Table of Contents
Using Technology in Education
An Introduction to Expectations and Reality
Technology and Teacher Education
Current Use and Knowledge
Patterns of Change
The Historical Context of Educational Technologies
Teaching with Technology
Expanding Models of Instruction
Envisioning Future Uses of Educational Technology
Currency in a Rapidly Changing World
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