Integrating Technology into the Mathematics Classroom : the Role of Teacher Preparation Programs

@inproceedings{Mistretta2005IntegratingTI,
  title={Integrating Technology into the Mathematics Classroom : the Role of Teacher Preparation Programs},
  author={Regina M. Mistretta},
  year={2005}
}
Today’s technology standards (International Society for Technology in Education, 2000) challenge teacher education programs across the nation to address the need to produce computer literate teachers who are confident in their ability to choose and incorporate instructional technology into their classroom teaching. The purpose of this paper is to present a description and analysis of the effects of training sessions on pre-service teachers’ ability to evaluate and integrate instructional… CONTINUE READING

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