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A Constructivist Approach to the National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers


reviewed by Julie Delello ó April 05, 2013

coverTitle: A Constructivist Approach to the National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers
Author(s): V. N. Morphew
Publisher: International Society for Technology in Education ,
ISBN: 1564843130, Pages: 370, Year: 2012
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: April 05, 2013
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17077, Date Accessed: 10/22/2014 7:55:40 PM

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  • Julie Delello
    University of Texas at Tyler
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    JULIE DELELLO is an Assistant Professor in the College of Education and Psychology at The University of Texas at Tyler. She received her PhD in Curriculum and Instruction with a specialization in science and technology from Texas A&M University. Her areas of focus include Response to Intervention, Disability Studies, Visual Media Technologies, Virtual Science Museums, Social Media Platforms, and ePortfolios for authentic learning. Julie has worked in K-12 education for over 20 years as both a teacher and as an administrator. Julie helped to design virtual science museums in conjunction with The Chinese Academy of Sciences, Computer Network Information Center in Beijing, China. In addition, Julie has won several grants and teaching awards including a National Science Foundation Grant for The East Asia and Pacific Summer Institutes, the Golden Apple Educator Award for Best Practices in Staff Development and Curriculum Initiatives, and the 2012 University of Texas at Tyler-Kappa Delta Pi Teacher of the Year award. Julie was also the invited guest speaker at the United States Department of State Eleventh Annual Joint U.S.-China Joint Science and Technology Commission Meeting on the efforts of expanding the scientific and educational ties between the U.S. and China.
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