What do instructional and information technology contribute to problems in teacher education? Results and the future

Sanne Dijkstra, Hein P.M. Krammer

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    The University of Twente offers teacher training for senior high school teachers of mathematics, physics and chemistry andfor teachers of higher vocational education. The profession-specif c training course for senior high school teachers is comprised of an optional two-month undergraduate preparatory period followed by a one-year graduate program. The research program of the teacher training institute shows strong interest in the use of CIT in the senior high school course program. The main issue was the design of instruction for learning to solve problems. The results of the studies are used in the teacher training program. In the training courses many CIT applications are used, like practising with courseware, measurement by computers, implementing courseware in school classes.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationInformation technologies in teacher education
    Subtitle of host publicationIssues and experiences for countries in transition: Proceedings of a European Workshop, University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands, February 20-23, 1994
    EditorsBetty Collis, Iliana Nikolova, Katerina Martcheva
    Place of PublicationParis
    PublisherUNESCO
    Pages34-39
    ISBN (Print)92-3-103072-8
    Publication statusPublished - 1995
    EventEuropean Workshop on Information Technologies in Teacher Education 1994
    - University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands
    Duration: 20 Feb 199423 Feb 1994

    Publication series

    NameThe Teacher's Library
    PublisherUNESCO Publishing

    Workshop

    WorkshopEuropean Workshop on Information Technologies in Teacher Education 1994
    CountryNetherlands
    CityEnschede
    Period20/02/9423/02/94

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    Dijkstra, S., & Krammer, H. P. M. (1995). What do instructional and information technology contribute to problems in teacher education? Results and the future. In B. Collis, I. Nikolova, & K. Martcheva (Eds.), Information technologies in teacher education: Issues and experiences for countries in transition: Proceedings of a European Workshop, University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands, February 20-23, 1994 (pp. 34-39). (The Teacher's Library). Paris: UNESCO.
    Dijkstra, Sanne ; Krammer, Hein P.M. / What do instructional and information technology contribute to problems in teacher education? Results and the future. Information technologies in teacher education: Issues and experiences for countries in transition: Proceedings of a European Workshop, University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands, February 20-23, 1994. editor / Betty Collis ; Iliana Nikolova ; Katerina Martcheva. Paris : UNESCO, 1995. pp. 34-39 (The Teacher's Library).
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    Dijkstra, S & Krammer, HPM 1995, What do instructional and information technology contribute to problems in teacher education? Results and the future. in B Collis, I Nikolova & K Martcheva (eds), Information technologies in teacher education: Issues and experiences for countries in transition: Proceedings of a European Workshop, University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands, February 20-23, 1994. The Teacher's Library, UNESCO, Paris, pp. 34-39, European Workshop on Information Technologies in Teacher Education 1994
    , Enschede, Netherlands, 20/02/94.

    What do instructional and information technology contribute to problems in teacher education? Results and the future. / Dijkstra, Sanne; Krammer, Hein P.M.

    Information technologies in teacher education: Issues and experiences for countries in transition: Proceedings of a European Workshop, University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands, February 20-23, 1994. ed. / Betty Collis; Iliana Nikolova; Katerina Martcheva. Paris : UNESCO, 1995. p. 34-39 (The Teacher's Library).

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    Dijkstra S, Krammer HPM. What do instructional and information technology contribute to problems in teacher education? Results and the future. In Collis B, Nikolova I, Martcheva K, editors, Information technologies in teacher education: Issues and experiences for countries in transition: Proceedings of a European Workshop, University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands, February 20-23, 1994. Paris: UNESCO. 1995. p. 34-39. (The Teacher's Library).