Training teachers to use new technologies impacts multiple ecologies: Evidence from a national initiative

@article{Davis2009TrainingTT,
  title={Training teachers to use new technologies impacts multiple ecologies: Evidence from a national initiative},
  author={Niki Davis and Christina Preston and Ismail Sahin},
  journal={BJET},
  year={2009},
  volume={40},
  pages={861-878}
}
A pair of papers re-examined the evidence from a national initiative to train all teachers in England to bring them up to the level of newly qualified teachers, who are required to know when to use and when not to use information and communication technologies (ICT) in their professional practice. The first paper confirmed that multilevel evaluation of professional development was robust for ICT teacher training. This second paper contrasts the highest and lowest rated designs for ICT teacher… CONTINUE READING

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