Technology Challenges During Teachers' Induction Years
Part 9: Resources
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Barksdale, J.M. (1996). "New teachers: Why schools of education are still sending you staff you'll have to train in technology." Electronic Learning, Mar.-April, 34-44.
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Darling-Hammond, (1990). As cited in: Mereseth, K. (1992). Firstaid for first-year teachers. Phi Delta Kappan, 73(9), 678-683.
Fox and Singletary, T.J. (1986). "Deductions about supportive induction." Journal of Teacher Education, Jan. - Feb., 12-15.
Hemmerly, J. (1997, July 8). New teachers and technology. [e-mail to email@example.com]
Honey, M. & Moeller, B. (1990, August). Teacher's beliefs and technology integration: Different values, different understandings [www document]. URL- http://www.edc.org/cct/ccthome/reports/tr6.html
National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. ( 1997). Technology and the new professional teacher: Preparing for the 21st century classroom. Washington, D.C.
Novak, D.I., and Knowles, J.G. (1991). "Beginning elementary teachers' use of computers in classroom instruction." Action in Teacher Education, (13) 2, 43-51.
Ponessa, J. (1996). "Demand for technology-savy workers falling short of supply." Education Week 15 (40).
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