Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Educational technology -- Study and teaching; Teachers -- In-service training;
The increasing demand for technological literacy in our global economy affects all areas of schools. The principle of technological literacy, or more specifically, technological knowledge and skills, permeates every aspect of school systems. It crosses all administrative lines, enters office and classroom settings, affects quality of educational delivery, and can help raise the potential level of life-skills for both educational professionals and students to incomprehensible new heights (Presley & Freitas, 1990). This project will deal with raising the level of technological literacy for educational professionals which should eventually result in increased levels of technological literacy of the students.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Department of Computer Applications in Education
Sharon E. Smaldino
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©1994 Joan R. Hammelman
Hammelman, Joan R., "Planning a school technology in-service for kindergarten through secondary school teachers, ancillary staff, and administrators" (1994). Graduate Research Papers. 2479.