help w/ key research/readings?
- Your offline help would be greatly appreciated <rselfe@...>. I
will have to summarize whatever list I come up with so I'll gladly
post that summary to these lists when I'm finished.
The Executive committee of the NCTE (National Council of Teachers of
English), in order to get out front on some nationally sensitive
education issues, is preparing a briefing document on Teacher
Quality. Most of the work is falling on those in NCTE who prepare &
educate future teachers (English Education departments). But I think
that folks on these lists can help in significant ways.
Because of my inclinations, I've been asked to provide information
and sources on this subtopic:
Technology & Teacher Quality: Skills, Approaches, and Attitudes
What publications can we suggest that represent the best practices
for preparing teachers to teach with technology and to use
technologies appropriately for administrative duties and their own
professional development? The NCTE Exec. must consider those in
institutions from K - College.
A huge question I know. But if you were going to write a summary of
where our data and experiences are taking the English studies and
Language Arts disciplines, where would you look?
Thanks in advance for your collective wisdom.
Dickie Selfe <rselfe@...>
(OO) Director of
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