An analysis of the perceptions of preservice teachers toward technology and its use in the

Mowrer-Popiel, Elizabeth; Pollard, Constane
June 1994
Journal of Instructional Psychology;Jun94, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p131
Academic Journal
Examines the comprehensive profile of the role of computer technology in the lives of preservice education teachers. Preservice teachers' attitude towards computer use; Computer utilization; Preferred methods of learning computer applications.


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