Thursday, April 9
1:45 PM-2:45 PM
EDT
Room 1 - https://tinyurl.com/room1site

Action Steps for Systemically Advancing Technology Infusion in Teacher Preparation Programs

Invited Panel ID: 55835
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    Kevin J. Graziano
    Nevada State College
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    Teresa S. Foulger
    Arizona State University
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    Arlene C. Borthwick
    National Louis University
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    Jon M. Clausen
    Ball State University
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    Julie A. Moore
    Kennesaw State University
  6. Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach
    Powerful Learning Practice
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    Denise A. Schmidt-Crawford
    Iowa State University
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    David A. Slykhuis
    University of Northern Colorado
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    Debra Sprague
    George Mason Universitiy

Abstract: Every new PK-12 teacher should learn how to select and use the most appropriate technology tools so they can become proficient in teaching with technology upon entry into the field. The 2017 United States Department of Education National Educational Technology Plan states that a one-shot approach (e.g., a single course in a teacher preparation program) to address educational technology in preparation programs is not appropriate for supporting teacher candidates to effectively use technology in their teaching, and that technology infusion at a program-deep and program-wide level would be more appropriate. This panel presentation will define technology infusion and identify action steps for preparation programs to consider. Panelists will discuss aspects of change including curriculum design, faculty development, clinical practice, teacher induction, and systemic planning and readiness of leadership.

Presider: Arlene Borthwick, Professor Emerita, National Louis University

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