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In this paper, the authors (a) examine changes in preservice teacher perceptions of teaching confidence and teaching experience resulting from simSchool use, and (b) report findings from recent studies of a new proposed measure for simSchool data, pedagogical balance. Findings from two studies show that preservice teachers significantly (p < .05) improve pedagogical balance and increase awareness of effective teaching skills through simSchool training.
Updated: Aug. 09, 2017
This article argues that because mobile technologies are overtaking personal computers as the primary tools of Internet access, new forms of teaching and assessment are required to foster 21st century literacies, including those needed by K–12 teachers. Mobile technologies' unique affordances for teaching and assessment can create unique distributed task environments for learning and assessment. The author illustrates SimSchool as an example of a computer simulation designed for teacher education that utilizes mobile computing affordances.
Updated: Nov. 25, 2015