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This article uses research-based criteria to analyze and compare seven faculty development models for teacher education technology integration. The comparative analysis reveals that some models are distinctly more effective than others. The analysis also shows that not a single study describes a faculty development model that meets all of the fundamental criteria for excellence in faculty development.
Updated: May. 27, 2013
Teacher Education Students’ Perceptions of the Value of Handouts Accompanying Teacher Educators’ Computer-Generated Slide Presentations
The current mixed-methods study investigated the perceptions of 304 teacher education students regarding the learning-related value of handouts accompanying teacher educators’ computer-generated slide presentations. The extent to which graduate and undergraduate students differed in their perceptions was also investigated. The results revealed that handouts that accompany computer-generated slide presentations served as a crucial learning tool for students in their teacher education experiences. This study also found that amount of detail provided in a handout affects the degree of perceived student learning
Updated: Apr. 24, 2012