Über den Autor
Mary Burns worked at the Southwest Educational Development Laboratory (SEDL) from 1997-2003 as a professional development provider for teachers in the United States and abroad. She is now a senior technology specialist at the Education Development Center in Massachusetts. K. Victoria Dimock is a program director at the Southwest Educational Development Laboratory (SEDL) in Austin, Texas where she directs work aimed at improving school performance and improving teaching and learning in mathematics, science, and technology. She has conducted research and provided professional development for educators for the past 20 years.
Chapter 1 Applying Technology to Restructuring Learning Chapter 2 Teacher-Centered Professional Development Chapter 3 Technology: A Catalyst for Change Chapter 4 From Old Guard to Vanguard: Veteran Teachers as Leaders of Communities of Practice Chapter 5 Building a Vision: Toward an Intentional Community of Practice Chapter 6 No Matter What: Leadership and Communities of Practice Chapter 7 Conclusion: Change and Communities of Practice
Technology as a Catalyst for School Communities presents case studies that illustrate how administrators and teachers can work together to find solutions to the best ways to integrate technology in the classroom.