Skip to main content

Home/ unbc_ctlt/ Group items tagged ctlt_reading

Rss Feed Group items tagged

Grant Potter

Office of Instructional Consulting: IU School of Education - 0 views

  •  
    Video series addressing topics in online, distributed learning from Indiana University.
Grant Potter

Learning about Technology - 0 views

  •  
    Initial Findings from the Measures of Effective Teaching Project ~ Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Grant Potter

Understanding Teaching Technology Use - 0 views

  • Understanding Teaching Technology Use By Generation, Knowledge and Career Cycle

    October 1, 2010
    Susan Crichton, Curtis Slater and Karen Pegler

    Authors Note: The authors wish to thank the Alberta Teachers’ Association for the invitation to submit this abridged version of their paper, and they encourage readers with significant interest in this topic to contact Susan Crichton at susan.crichton@ucalgary.ca for the complete article.

    Introduction

    Prensky’s (2001) notion of digital immigrants/digital natives,[1] which has permeated the literature, suggests that older teachers struggle when they use technology to connect with their students and, by extension, with their younger colleagues. In questioning that suggestion we learned that teachers’ career cycles (Steffy et al. 199

  •  
    Prensky's (2001) notion of digital immigrants/digital natives,[1] which has permeated the literature, suggests that older teachers struggle when they use technology to connect with their students and, by extension, with their younger colleagues. In questioning that suggestion we learned that teachers' career cycles (Steffy et al. 1999), possibly even more than their generation, impacts their use of information and communication technology (ICT) and how they integrate it into the curriculum. These findings are significant for their impact on commonly held assumptions and their support for differentiated professional development in the areas of pedagogy, technology and content knowledge.
1 - 9 of 9
Showing 20 items per page