Looking for “The Best” Technology Integration Resources

I encourage you to checkout the discussion that’s underway at The Playground regarding exemplary technology integration resources. I think that you’ll find that it has some excellent suggestions. A few of my suggestions are below. Please add your favorites the list using the Comments section.

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2 thoughts on “Looking for “The Best” Technology Integration Resources”

  1. I’m teaching a “Technology for Teachers” course for pre-service teachers, and I’m also a doctoral student in Instructional Technology. I’m using the following textbook, which has good examples of technology integration and tutorials for the basic software:

    Forcier & Descy, The Computer as an Educational Tool, 5th ed., Pearson/Merrill/Prentice Hall, ISBN: 0-13-241768-5

    On the doctoral side, I’m beginning to work on my dissertation proposal, and I’m interested in current research (perhaps some recent dissertations) on technology integration for pre-service teachers. I’m looking at it from several perspectives: teachers’ self-efficacy with technology, teachers’ self-efficacy with lesson planning, teachers’ beliefs about learning with technology, and teachers’ epistemology with respect to constructivist methods. I’m especially interested in any instruments used to measure the aforementioned variables.

    If anyone could help, I’d appreciate it.



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