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“The ability of teachers to use technology in classroom instruction lags behind access to technology in schools” (Reilly, 2004)
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“Educators are urged to incorporate technology into instruction, but the effectiveness of educational technology is determined by teachers’ readiness to use it, not by its mere presence in the classroom” (Jones , 2001)
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Jones, P., McKinney, M. & Sttrudler, N. (1999) First-year teachers’ use of Technology: Preparation, Expectations and Realities. Journal. of Technology and Teacher Education(2), 115-129. Retrieved from: http://coe.nevada.edu/nstrudler/JTATE99.pdf
Nickson, R. & Zodhiates, P. (1988). Technology in Education: Looking Toward 2020. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc. Hillside, NJ.
Reilly, B. (2004) Teachers, Not Technicians: Rethinking Technical Expectation for Teachers. Teachers College Record. Vol. 106, (10) 487-512
Shrum, L. & Solomon, G. (2004). Web 2.0: New tools, new schools. International Society for technology in Education. Eugene, Oregon. All Images taken from www.google.ca , using an image search.