Technology Professional Development: Long-Term Effects on Teacher Self-Efficacy

@inproceedings{Watson2006TechnologyPD,
  title={Technology Professional Development: Long-Term Effects on Teacher Self-Efficacy},
  author={George Kenneth Watson},
  year={2006}
}
The West Virginia K-12 RuralNet Project was an NSF funded program to train inservice teachers on integrating the Internet into science and mathematics curriculum. The program involved training inservice teachers through an intensive summer workshop and supplemental online courses. This study examines the effects of the project on the long-term self-efficacy of inservice teachers and their use of the Internet in the classroom. The specific research questions addressed are: Do professional… CONTINUE READING

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