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Future Teaching in Hawaii

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Title: Future Teaching in Hawaii
Authors: Iida, Maya
Instructor: Leong, Peter, Grace Lin
Keywords: Hawaii education
Issue Date: 12 Apr 2011
Publisher: TCC Conference 2011
Citation: Iida, M. (2011, April 12). Future Teaching in Hawaii. PowerPoint presented at the 2011 Technology, Colleges, and Community Worldwide Online Conference
Abstract: Utilizing information from Hawaii state documents and
personnel involved in Hawaii’s education reform, an instructional website
was created to inform elementary school Department of Education
teachers in Hawaii about the future areas of technology change in
Hawaii’s public schools. This paper describes the process and
development of the online module as well as the results of a survey that
teachers completed both before and after information was presented. Data
collected in these surveys focused on measuring teachers’ knowledge of
future technology trends as well as their overall feeling of readiness to
teach in Hawaii in the upcoming years. Results from the surveys show
that after completion of the module, teachers felt they had a better overall
understanding of the major technology areas of change in Hawaii’s public
schools than prior to their participation in the module.
Appears in Collections:ETEC 690, Spring 2011

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