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A comprehensive approach for integrating technology into a TESOL teacher preparation program is described. Ten specific ways to assure constructivist technology use in teacher education are highlighted. These techniques have been synthesized into a compact model with three pillars: (a) electronic assessment system (e-portfolios for individual assessment and program evaluation), (b) teacher candidates’ technology-based course assignments and performances, and (c) Web-based instruction and communication. The authors claim that within this three-pronged model flexibility of implementation is key to success for preservice and in-service teachers.
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Cohan, Audrey Ed.D; Honigsfeld, Andrea Ed.D.; Giouroukakis, Vicky Ph.D.; and Walsh, Maureen Ed.D., "Ten Ways to Incorporate Technology Into a TESOL Teacher Preparation Program" (2009). Faculty Works: Education. 2.