Selected Publications by Center Faculty Members and Graduate Fellows
appropriate uses of technology in mathematics teacher preparation.
mathematics, and interdisciplinary connections: Not your typical math
technology and real world connections to teach secondary mathematics
in the context of a mathematics teacher education course: Two case
studies of elementary teachers' conceptions of mathematics, mathematics
teaching and learning, and the teaching of mathematics with technology.
Kids and Cookies: An introduction to rational number concepts
Using the Global Positioning System to teach about the distance formula,
perimeter, and areas of polygons
Using the Global Positioning System to teach about angles of polygons.
Do vampires exist? Using spreadsheets to investigate a common folktale.
Learning about climate: An exploration in geography and mathematics.
reasoning with a computer microworld
pre-service teachers' knowledge of geometric transformations
tomorrow’s science teachers to use technology: Guidelines for science
of articles on instructional technology in science education.
instruction in technology integration and the nature of science: There's
no such thing as a free lunch.
teaching with a high-tech, low-cost tool.
Winging it: Using digital imaging to investigate butterfly metamorphosis.
Discovering flowers in a new light.
Breeding mice the easy way.
El Niño did it: Using technology to assess and predict climate trends.
teachers' use of educational technology during student teaching.
secondary science teachers' instructional use of educational technology
during the induction year.
Social Studies Education
on technology in social studies education [Special Issue].
to terms with Mother Nature: Using the Web to education children about
Reflections of a first
year teacher: A web-based, multimedia case study shared among geographically
disparate social studies educators.
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for using technology to prepare social studies teachers.
the academic self within an electronic mail environment.
Waking the Sleeping Giant: Social
Studies Teacher Educators Collaborate to Integrate Technology into
The Impact project: Promoting powerful social studies teaching and
learning through the use of technology.
Plotting and analyzing: Graphing calculators for social inquiry.
Conceptualizing social studies and technology: An essay
Historical inquiry and technology.
Social studies and the language of technology.
The Garbers: Using digital history to recreate a 19th-century
Collaborative social studies teacher education across remote locations:
Students’ experiences and perceptions.
Yesterday, today, and tomorrow: The social studies classroom.
use of computers
students' experiences during the creation of a technology-enriched
community history project.
Scaffolding for Struggling Students: Reading and Writing With Weblogs
The Q-folio in action: Using a web-based electronic portfolio to
reinvent traditional notions of inquiry, research, and portfolios.
Preparing Tomorrow's English Language Arts Teachers Today: Principles
and Practices for Infusing Technology
directions in the evaluation of the effectiveness of educational technology.
Grand challenges: Preparing for the Technological Tipping Point.
Learner-based tools: The case for open source educational software.
Learner-based tools revisited.
A novice’s guide to handheld computing.
Information technology and elementary and secondary education.
Technology and teacher education: Past practice and recommended directions.
impact of digital images and visual narratives on the ability of fourth
graders to engage in historical thinking.
technology standards: Implementation in award-winning teacher education
Becoming an effective
technology integrating teacher: The effects of a technology-enriched
elementary social studies methods course
Typical teacher use of
technology in an elementary school
An analysis of factors
that influence technology integration by math teacher educators
experiences of a state mandate to provide technology training: An
examination of policy implementation
elementary teachers' instructional use of computers.
The Scope and Interjudge
Agreement of Information Communicated Through Children's Computer-Facilitated
and Freehand Drawings
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