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Examining the Phenomenon of Information Society by Exploring the Use of Information Technology in Education
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Examining the Phenomenon of Information Society by Exploring the Use of Information Technology in Education
Oh, Eun-Joo;
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 Abstract
This study attempted to examine the phenomenon of information society in education by exploring pre-service teachers' use of technology. Pre-service teachers from the USA and Korea participated in the study. Surveys and interviews were conducted to collect the data. The NET and ISST which are the national educational technology standards for each country were used as survey instruments. Focused interviews were conducted with 10 participants after analyzing the data for collecting more information. Based on the study results, technology is not deeply infused into education yet and the degrees of technology infusion were different in two countries. The participating pre-service teachers were not quite confident in their abilities to integrate technology into their lessons.
 Keywords
Information Society;Information Technology;Educational Technology;Teacher Education;Pre-service Teachers;
 Language
English
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