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In this article, the authors argue that teachers have an opportunity to take on leadership roles in technology-rich schools and districts. The findings reveal that teacher leaders emerged as a noticeable and important aspect of what teh authors saw and heard. Therefore, the authors highlight ways teachers and leaders can work together to bring about school improvement and student achievement using technology as a key leverage point; in particular they suggest that teacher candidates should be prepared during their preparation programs to take on the role of teacher leader.
Updated: Jun. 06, 2016
Editorial: Research on the Effectiveness of Technology in Schools: The Roles of Pedagogy and Content
The field of educational technology has been under pressure to identify learning outcomes that can be directly attributed to technology. Previous research has focused on media comparison, whereas the effectiveness of one medium was compared with another, on a variety of variables, but the media were later seen as vehicles that do not influence achievement. Current views distinguish between learning outcomes for each subject area and therefore make it possible for researchers to structure educational technology for each subject area and proposed outcome.
Updated: Mar. 25, 2008