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|dc.description.abstract||Integrating technology into teaching/learning process is one of the focuses in Taiwan’s on-going educational reform. This study investigated how a secondary geography teacher acquired needed computer skills, adjusted her pedagogical practice, and changed her attitude toward using technology in classroom. The teacher first attended computer training sessions and discussed ways of computer integration with colleagues and researchers, then she was asked to develop computer-integrated materials and used the materials in classroom-teaching. By going through this procedure, it was found that the teacher’s computer skills were significantly improved. She had also become more confident in technology integration and was more willing to use technology in instruction. Although the teacher’s classroom presentation became livelier, her teaching styles remained unchanged throughout the study. It was also found that the school setting was not conducive to effective implementation of technology integration.||en_US|
|dc.relation||Proceedings of GCCCE/ICCAI 2001, 1, 396-402.||en_US|
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