Degree Granting Department
Dana Zeidler, Ph.D.
Elaine Howes, Ph.D.
Janet Richards, Ph.D.
adaptive technologies, cai, computers, telecommunication
The current state of technology integration in science teacher education programs is examined with a view to providing science teacher educators with practical information and diverse examples of technologies they can model in their own courses. Motivators and barriers to technology integration and use are discussed, and recommendations for choosing and evaluating science technologies made. A brief history of how computers, related communication technologies, and science teacher education reform "fit" together is provided. Multiple interpretations of what is meant by "technology" and associated terms (distance learning, online courses, Web-enhanced courses, simulations, authentic data sets etc.) are included to set the context.
Scholar Commons Citation
Stokes, Nina C., "Technology Integration For Preservice Science Teacher Educators" (2010). USF Tampa Graduate Theses and Dissertations.