Wednesday, April 8
1:45 PM-2:45 PM
EDT
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Teacher education faculty perspectives on technology infusion: Implications for schools and colleges of education

Panel ID: 56164
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    Jon Clausen
    Ball State University
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    David Rutledge
    New Mexico State University
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    Arlene Borthwick
    National Louis University
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    Teresa Foulger
    Arizona State University
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    Kiersten Green
    SUNY New Paltz
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    Guy Trainin
    University of Nebraska - Lincoln
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    Natalie Milman
    George Washington University

Abstract: Technology infusion within teacher education programs is a complex process. Colleges and schools of education have been challenged to do more in order to prepare candidates to use technology effectively for learning and teaching; however, preparation programs face competing demands complicating efforts at infusion. Examining one population that can impact technology infusion, researchers conducted a Q study to better understand teacher education faculty perspectives about technology infusion. Results of a multi-institutional Q study identified several areas that can inform administrators, educational technology specialists, and other faculty as they work toward greater infusion throughout teacher preparation. This presentation will share results of the Q study and provide additional perspectives related to specific challenges identified and investigated by the panelists.

Presider: Jon Michael Clausen, Ball State University

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