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Guest Editorial: Technology Proficiencies in Science Teacher Education

by John C. Park, North Carolina State University, Technology Committee, Association for Science Teacher Education, ASTE Representative to the National Technology Leadership Coalition; & David A. Slykhuis, James Madison University, Technology Committee, Association for Science Teacher Education, ASTE Asst. Representative to the National Technology Leadership Coalition

The mission of the Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE) is to promote leadership in and support for those involved in the professional development of teachers of science. The organization originated in the late 1920s through visits and meetings to discuss science teacher education standards among faculty members of teacher education institutions in the northeast […]

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Technology for Physics Instruction

by Joel Bryan, Texas A&M University

Although technological innovations have the capability to significantly change how scientific investigations are done and greatly enhance the teaching and learning of science, its use is no more effective than any other resource or innovation when researched-based effective teaching practices are not followed. This paper reviews established guidelines for the effective use of technology in science and mathematics education, and presents several examples of technology products available for physics instruction and research related to their effectiveness.