Composing With New Technology

  title={Composing With New Technology},
  author={David L. Bruce and Ming Ming Chiu},
  journal={Journal of Teacher Education},
  pages={272 - 287}
This study explores teachers’ reflections on their learning to compose with new technologies in the context of teacher education and/or teacher professional development. English language arts (ELA) teachers (n = 240) in 15 courses learned to use digital video (DV), completed at least one DV group project, and responded to open-ended survey questions. The data examined connections they made between print and DV composing, the best and most frustrating aspects of DV, content they still wanted to… Expand

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