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Teacher Education and Technology: Initial Results from the “What Works and Why” Project


by James W. Pellegrino, Susan R. Goldman, Meryl Bertenthal & Kimberly Lawless - 2007

Our goal in this chapter is to suggest a strategy for exploring the issues surrounding the preparation of teachers to integrate technology effectively in classrooms to support learning. We do so in the context of our What Works and Why (WWW) project, a multiyear research project that is attempting to examine the instructional and learning experiences of students in eight major teacher preparation programs.

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This article originally appeared as NSSE Yearbook Vol 106, No. 2.


Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 109 Number 14, 2007, p. 52-86
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 18536, Date Accessed: 10/21/2021 8:51:06 PM

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  • James Pellegrino
    University of Illinois at Chicago
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    JAMES W. PELLEGRINO is Distinguished Professor of Cognitive Psychology and Education and Co-director of the University of Illinois at Chicago’s (UIC) Learning Sciences Research Institute.
  • Susan Goldman
    University of Illinois at Chicago
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    SUSAN R. GOLDMAN is Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Education and Co-Director, Learning Sciences Research Institute, UIC.
  • Meryl Bertenthal
    University of Illinois at Chicago
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    MERYL BERTENTHAL is Visiting Director of Research Programs, Learning Sciences Research Institute, UIC.
  • Kimberly Lawless
    University of Illinois at Chicago
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    KIMBERLY LAWLESS is Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction and Project Director of Teachers Infusing Technology in Urban Schools at UIC.
 
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