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This study aims to understand the differences that exist among programs of study and institutions of varying demographic characteristics in regards to teacher preparation in technology use. The study seeks to gain an understanding of the content included in these experiences and the rationale teacher educators have for selecting topics and methods for these experiences. The findings reveal that eighty percent of respondents indicated all or some of their programs required a standalone educational technology course. Personal productivity and information presentation were the most commonly reported topics taught in all programs.
Updated: Jan. 02, 2011