Teaching teachers for the future: building the educational technology capacity of pre-service teachers in Australian universities, Parts 1 & 2

Campbell, Chris, Albion, Peter, Kearney, Matthew, Maher, Damian, Pressick-Kilborn, Kimberley and Zagami, Jason (2012). Teaching teachers for the future: building the educational technology capacity of pre-service teachers in Australian universities, Parts 1 & 2. In: Paul Resta, Proceedings of Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference 2012. 23rd Annual International SITE Conference, Chesapeake, Canada, (2241-2248). 5-9 March 2012.

Author Campbell, Chris
Albion, Peter
Kearney, Matthew
Maher, Damian
Pressick-Kilborn, Kimberley
Zagami, Jason
Title of paper Teaching teachers for the future: building the educational technology capacity of pre-service teachers in Australian universities, Parts 1 & 2
Conference name 23rd Annual International SITE Conference
Conference location Chesapeake, Canada
Conference dates 5-9 March 2012
Proceedings title Proceedings of Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference 2012
Place of Publication Austin, T.X., U.S.A.
Publisher SITE
Publication Year 2012
Sub-type Oral presentation
ISBN 1880094924
Editor Paul Resta
Start page 2241
End page 2248
Total pages 9
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
The Teaching Teachers for the Future (TTF) project is funded by the Australian Government’s Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) through the ICT Innovation Fund and is an $8.8 million project involving all 39 universities that are involved in teacher education. This symposium involves presenters from four of these universities who are working in various ways in the project. The first paper involves an overview of the project and a summary of some of the projects currently being conducted using the TPACK framework at the various universities. The second paper is on the evaluation strategy and provides a preliminary analyzes. The third paper explores the benefits of prospective teachers creating and sharing new media in their professional learning activities. The final paper is about a Social Ecological Model (SEM) has been used to positively inform integration support efforts of individual academics through their personal, institutional, professional, societal and temporal perspectives on ICT integration.
Q-Index Code EX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ

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