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Australian Educational Computing Vol 27.3 (2013) Special Edition: Teaching Teachers for the Future Project

Articles in this issue.

Page Title
1 Contents
Australian Educational Computing
2 Guest Editorial
Toni Downes
3-12 Teaching Teachers for the Future: How, What, Why, and What Next?
Geoff Romeo
Margaret Lloyd
Toni Downes
13-25 Teaching Teachers for the Future (TTF) Project TPACK Survey: Summary of the Key Findings
Glenn Finger
Peter Albion
Romina Jamieson-Proctor
Rob Cavanagh
Peter Grimbeek
Margaret Lloyd
Robert Fitzgerald
Trevor Bond
Geoff Romeo
26-35 Development of the TTF TPACK Survey Instrument
Romina Jamieson-Proctor
Peter Albion
Glenn Finger
Rob Cavanagh
Robert Fitzgerald
Trevor Bond
Peter Grimbeek
36-47 Using Most Significant Change Stories to document the impact of the Teaching Teachers for the Future Project: An Australian Teacher Education Story
Deborah Heck
Trudy Sweeney
48-53 Pre-Service Education Students Evaluating The TTF Mathematics Packages
Chris Campbell
54-62 Teaching teachers for the future: modelling and exploring immersive personal learning networks
Paul Chandler
Christine Redman
63-68 TTF@ACU: Our Story
Donna Gronn
Geoff Romeo
Stephen Sheely
69-75 Collaborative inquiry: building pre-service teachers’ capacity for ICT pedagogical integration
Michael Henderson
Milorad Cerovac
Natalie Bellis
Greg Lancaster
76-84 Mobile learning in maths teacher education: Driving pre-service teachers' professional development
Matthew Kearney
Damian Maher
85-94 Tell me what you see: Pre-service teachers' perceptions of exemplary digital pedagogy
Margaret Lloyd
Michelle Mukherjee
95-100 Making Connections In Science: Engaging With ICT to Enhance Curriculum Understanding
Jennifer Masters
James Carolan
Graeme Draaisma
101-108 Resistance to Advocacy: Pre-service teachers recognising the potential of curriculum-based virtual worlds for TPACK-framed science teaching.
Helen Doyle
Chris Reading
109-116 Teacher educators as learners: Enabling learning while developing innovative practice in ICT-rich education.
Chris Reading
Helen Doyle
117-123 How Prepared are our Pre-service Teachers to Integrate Technology? A Pilot Study.
Trudy Sweeney
Aaron Drummond
124-132 Preservice Teachers Experience with Online Modules About TPACK
Bruce White
Ruth Geer
133-142 A case for including Online Pedagogy as subject matter in ICT and Pedagogy Methods units.
Michelle Williams
Paul Sutton
143-149 Social Ecological Model Analysis for ICT Integration
Jason Zagami
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