Exemplary Technology Use in Elementary Classrooms
Journal of Research on Computing in Education
This descriptive study identifies and describes how exemplary technology-using teachers in southwestern Ohio are using technology in their elementary classrooms. Qualitative and quantitative data collection strategies were used. Data gathered from technology coordinators were used to create a questionnaire that was sent to teachers identified as exemplary. The picture that emerges from this study is a classroom that is changing from the traditional classroom to a classroom where a wide variety of teaching techniques are being used. Students use technology predominantly in a tool or constructivist mode. Discrepancies between teacher’s beliefs and practices were examined. Staff-development data were also analyzed.
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Berg, Susan; Ridenour, Carolyn; Lasley, Thomas J.; and Raisch, Chad, "Exemplary Technology Use in Elementary Classrooms" (1998). Educational Leadership Faculty Publications. 104.