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The article explores technology and how it allows for new social arrangement by connecting preservice teachers, university faculty, and school-based personnel. The authors recommend specifically that technology be used in teacher education to strengthen professional practice.
Updated: Oct. 26, 2008
The article explores changes in teachers' thinking and learning, following their participation in a video club. The study first investigated the changes in the teachers' talk during video segments, and then identified three paths of noticing the students' mathematical thinking: direct, cyclical and incremental. Finally, the study noted how the video club context influenced the teachers' learning.
Updated: Mar. 31, 2008
This article explores the ways in which technology connects preservice teachers, school personnel, and university faculty members. Implications for teacher education are also examined, and recommendations are offered in four areas of teacher education: technological literacy, strength of the theory-practice connection, practice-centered training, and reflection into the scholarship and practice of teaching.
Updated: Mar. 27, 2008