Beliefs about technology and the preparation of En..., 2005

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Title
Beliefs about technology and the preparation of English teachers
Date
2005
Material Type
Conference Proceedings
Creator/Author
Hicks, Troy, Department of English Language and Literature
Additional Contributors
Swenson, Janet, Michigan State University; Rozema, Robert, Grand Valley State University; Young, Carl A., Virginia Tech; McGrail Ewa, Georgia State University; Whitin, Phyllis, Wayne State University;
Publisher
National Council of Teachers of English
Copyright
Copyright 2005 by National Council of Teachers of English. Reprinted with permission. This material is copyrighted, and any further reproduction or distribution is prohibited without the permission of the copyright owner. Available online at http://www.ncte.org/groups/cee/positions/122936.htm.
Subject
Computers and literacy; Educational technology; English language -- Study and teaching (Elementary); English language -- Study and teaching (Secondary);
Description
Outlines new technologies and the impacts they will have on the preparation of K-12 English teachers.
Source
Swenson, J., Rozema, R., Young, C. A., McGrail, E., & Whitin, P. (2005). Beliefs about technology and the preparation of English teachers: Beginning the conversation. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 5(3/4), 210-236.
Language
English
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