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Download 1. ASU’s Integrated Field-Based Technology Model: A Legacy of Collaborative Regeneration (Rutowski, Christine, Kopcha & Igoe) (131 KB)
Download 2. If at First You Don't Succeed...Learning from Mistakes and Developing a Better Student Portolio (Coleman & Janz) (378 KB)
Download 3. T.H.E. QUEST: A Statewide Initiative (Callaway, Matthew & Letendre) (111 KB)
Download 4. Building Teams and Tools for Teaching (BT3): Higher Education and K-12 Working Together to Improve Teaching and Learning (Zúñiga, McKissak & Paige) (145 KB)
Download 5. The Stanford Technology in Teacher Education Project: Supporting Teaching and Learning (Lotan & Schultz) (153 KB)
Download 6. Using Technology in Meaningful Ways with First Year Teachers: Triumps and Tribulations Encountered with PT3 Initiatives (Romano) (161 KB)
Download 7. Utilizing Case-Based Reasoning Principles in Technology Integration Education (Means & Wang) (204 KB)
Download 8. Midwestern Independence and Educational Technology Use: Evaluation Strategies of the Nebraska Catalyst Project (Grandgenett & Jones) (134 KB)
Download 9. Reform in Teacher Education as a Scaffold for Technology Integration (Staples, Pugach & Himes) (114 KB)
Download 10. A Laptop Initiative in a Teacher Preparation Program: Unexpected Challenges and Unanticipated Outcomes (Waker & Roberts) (90 KB)
Download 11. Pursuing Deep Learning: Digital Engagement for English Preservice Students (Leneway & Webb) (98 KB)
Hundreds of teacher education programs throughout the United States are currently working to determine how to best prepare teachers so they can effectively harness the potential of technology for learning. Hundreds of school districts and institutions of higher education throughout the nation are working to maximize the return on their investment in technology. The over 400 consortia of the Preparing Tomorrow’s Teachers to use Technology (PT3) program have redesigned undergraduate and graduate curricula, addressed issues of digital equity, and established innovative ways of transforming teacher education through the power of technology.
The two volumes of this book document significant insights of PT3 projects around the country. Volume I is available in paperback from ISTE and includes 20 chapters filled with a wealth of ideas and approaches for integrating technology in teacher preparation. The chapters in this second volume of the book further document implemented and tested strategies that represent geographically broad and economically diverse contexts.
Rhine, Steve, and Mark Bailey, eds. Integrated Technologies, Innovative Learning: Insights from the PT3 Program (Vol. II). ISTE, 2005.