The most recent issue of the CITE Journal has just been published. This online, peer-reviewed journal focuses on technology and teaching. It is jointly sponsored by five teacher educator associations representing science education, math education, language arts, social studies, and educational technology. Truth in advertising: as editor, I’m probably biased about its value.
That having been noted, I would call your attention to an editorial in the current issue, “Research on the Effectiveness of Technology in Schools: The Roles of Pedagogy and Content.” This editorial represents the collective efforts of the editors of educational technology journals to identify needed research that will advance the profession. We would be interested in your reactions and thoughts regarding the perspective presented.
We will be getting together next week in San Antonio. (Wes will be joining us as well.) I would be glad to share any reactions or feedback that you might have in response to the editorial.
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