Teacher Technology Change

  title={Teacher Technology Change},
  author={Peggy A. Ertmer and Anne T. Ottenbreit-Leftwich},
  journal={Journal of Research on Technology in Education},
  pages={255 - 284}
Abstract Despite increases in computer access and technology training, technology is not being used to support the kinds of instruction believed to be most powerful. In this paper, we examine technology integration through the lens of the teacher as an agent of change: What are the necessary characteristics, or qualities, that enable teachers to leverage technology resources as meaningful pedagogical tools? To answer this question, we discuss the literature related to four variables of teacher… Expand
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