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Goals and Attitudes Related to Technology Use in a Social Studies Method Course

by LINDA BENNETT, University of Missouri-Columbia; & ROBERTA SCHOLES, University of Missouri-Columbia

What technology goals are essential to the preparation of prospective elementary school teachers? The National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE, 1994) and the International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE, 1996) have recommended fundamental concepts and skills needed by all prospective teachers for applying technology in educational settings. ISTE recommended that all […]

Leveraging Constructivist Learning in the Social Studies Classroom: A Response to Mason, Berson, Diem, Hicks, Lee, and Dralle

by MARGARET SMITH CROCCO, Teachers College, Columbia University

One of the newer phenomena associated with the technology age is the advent of the e-mail joke circuit. Many people simply delete these forwarded messages, considering them yet another nuisance in their harried lives. When I have time, and with selectivity as to sender, I read these jokes and pass them along, much to the […]