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Category(ies): Research, Publications
Topic(s) & Sub-Topic(s): Initial Preparation
  •  Minimum Standards
  •  Syllabus Programs
Special Topics
  •  Citizenship education
  •  Early childhood
  •  ICT integration
  •  Literacy
  •  Numeracy
  •  Science
Country: All OAS member states
Title: Reflecting on the challenges of informal contexts: Early field experiences with technology in teacher education
Author: Lux, N., Obery, A., Cornish, J., Grimberg, B.I.,& Hartshorn, A.
Summary: This inquiry was conducted with the intent to increase the field’s understanding of preservice teachers’ experiences in an early field experience in informal science learning and the integration of technology to assess participants’ engagement and learning. As such, the following primary research question guided this inquiry: How will participation in an informal science learning early field experience focused on assessment technologies affect preservice teachers’ perceptions of teaching, learning, and technology?
Reference Website: https://www.learntechlib.org/j/CITE/v/17/n/2/
Publishing House: Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education
Year of Publication: 2017
Upload date: 8/10/2017

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Organization Name: Organization of American States
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E-Mail: teachereduc@oas.org
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Keywords: Teacher quality and learning outcomes, Teacher effectiveness, Teacher competency , Composition of the teaching workforce, Educational innovation
The Co-TEP is carried out with the financial support of the U.S. Permanent Mission to the OAS and the support of OREALC/UNESCO Santiago.