Myths and Realities About Technology in K-12 Schools: Five Years Later
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Kleiman, G.M. (2004). Myths and Realities About Technology in K-12 Schools: Five Years Later. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 4(2), 248-253. AACE.
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Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education
Volume 4, Issue 2, 2004
Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE)
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I wrote the "Myths and Realities About Technology in K-12 Schools" article (Kleiman, 2000) in 1999. Looking back at it 5 years later as it is appears as a "seminal article" in Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, I find myself reflecting about what has changed and what has remained the same with regard to technology in K-12 schools and the challenges faced by teachers in realizing the full potential of technology in K-12 classrooms.
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- Educational Technology
- Professional Development
- Information Communication Technologies
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- Implementing Computer Technologies: Teachers' Perceptions and Practices
- Teachers’ Views on Factors Affecting Effective Integration of Information Technology in the Classroom: Developmental Scenery
- How Teachers Integrate Technology and Their Beliefs About Learning: Is There a Connection?
- A Model of Teacher Professional Development to Support Technology Integration
- Designing Professional Development for 21st Century Learning
- Preparing Teachers for the Future: A systemic approach to addressing 21st century educational imperatives.
- Professional Development in Technology: An Analysis of Effective Practices
- Laptop Educators: Identifying Laptop Use and Pedagogical Change
- The Role of Professional Development in Transforming and Enhancing Classroom Instruction Through Technology
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