eSN Special Report: 21st-Century Teacher Education


[caption id="attachment_24580" align="alignleft" width="200" caption="Today's teachers must use technology if students are to gain 21st-century skills."]Today's teachers must use technology if students are to gain 21st-century skills.[/caption]

When Sandy Armstrong was studying to become a teacher, technology instruction was limited to learning how to use an overhead projector or run a reel-to-reel movie over a player's spindle. This was 1989. Computers
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