This study is significant because the author will look at how the overall philosophical beliefs of teachers with regard to teaching and learning are related to the place of technology in this environment. School district administrators can use the results in designing staff development programs.75 percent of U.S. teachers could be classified as aquot;computer-using teachers, aquot; whereas Beckera#39;s criteria yielded about one third of that (approximately 25 percent) (OTA, 1995). In later work under the heading, Teacher Directed Student Use ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Effects of Instructional Pressures, Teachers' View of the Importance of Technology for Instruction, and Teachers Overall Beliefs about Teaching and Learning on Teacher-directed Student Use of Technology|
|Author||:||Ellen Jane Pitrelli|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|