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Title: Using a computer simulation to explore teacher lesson planning
Authors: 葉玉珠
Contributors: 國立政治大學師資培育中心
Keywords: computer simulation;teacher lesson planning
Date: 1997-04
Issue Date: 2010-06-02 16:19:07 (UTC+8)
Abstract: Computer simulations offer a unique opportunity to research ways to improve teacher education. Over the past fifteen years, Curry Teaching simulations have been used to study preservice teachers’ acquisition of a variety of important professional competencies. Early research focused on fundamental skills such as administering lesson-related feedback and lesson pacing (Strang & Loper, 1985-86). During this period, research addressed teaching domains ranging from preschool (Strang & Meyers, 1987) to elementary education (Strang & Loper, 1983) to special education (Kauffman, J.M., Strang, H.R., & Loper, A.B., 1985). More recent studies have extended Curry simulations’ focus beyond teachers’ use of basic skills to include their more global communication patterns (DeFalco & Strang, 1994) and their sensitivity to individual student learning styles (Strang, Sullivan, & Yeh, 1995). In the most recent research strand, Strang (1996) explored the use of the graphically rich Windows-based Teaching Decisions (TD) simulation to study lesson planning patterns of preservice and inservice teachers. The current study continues research along this strand.
Relation: Proceedings of the 8th Inernational COnference of the Information Technology and Teacher Education, SITE
Information Technology and Teacher Education Annual, 1997, 998-1001.
Data Type: conference
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