Laurie J. Mullen

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This paper discusses the interaction among school and university contexts, instruction, and individual practice that occurs as telecommunications technology is integrated into teacher education programs. Data from a series of studies of such integration within one university are presented and discussed. A model to guide future research is proposed. ( 2000(More)
Teacher education programs are experiencing reform movements in both performance based assessment and in the integration of technology into the curriculum. Performance assessment entails movement away from traditional curricula and assessment means to achieve more authentic, "real world" ways of verifying the preparedness of education graduates. Our(More)
Hybridoma stability issues include mutations, chromosome losses, and the potential effects of process variables on the yield, quality and homogeneity of the Monoclonal Antibody (MAb) product. MAb production by murine hybridomas is typically unstable in the early stages after fusion but repeated cloning normally produces stable clones. The stability of(More)
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