Technology Integration: Preparing In-Service Teachers for Teaching a Digital Generation

By Wei-Ying Hsiao.

Published by The Technology Collection

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In order for teachers to be successful in a digital age, it is important for them to integrate
technology into their daily instruction. This paper will report on the findings of a study conducted
face-to-face with graduate students in the summer of 2009 and will demonstrate teachers’ ability to
create technology-based formative assessments. Following the final project, graduate students (inservice
teachers) completed a survey indicating their beliefs about the need to integrate technology
into their daily instruction. Findings indicated that in-service teachers believed that they 1.) Have
improved the knowledge of using technology in teaching; 2.)Have more confidence in using technology;
3.) Would like to create more interactive technology-based assessments; 4.) Believe strongly that
their students will engage more in learning and assessment because of the use of technology; and 5.) Believe
they need to integrate more technology into their teaching.

Keywords: Technology Integration, Technology-based Formative Assessments

International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 7, Issue 5, pp.17-28. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 968.061KB).

Dr. Wei-Ying Hsiao

Associate Professor, Graduate Studies in Education, University of Alaska Anchorage, Cedar City, Anchorage, USA

Dr. Wei-Ying Hsiao is an associate professor in the Department of Teaching and Learning at University of Alaska Anchorage. Before moved to Alaska, she was an associate professor in Graduate Studies in Education at Southern Utah University, USA. She has taught Educational Psychology and Curriculum in undergraduate; Assessment, Classroom Management, Multicultural Education, Become a Master Teacher, Proposal Writing, and Educational Research both in online and face-to-face courses in graduate studies. Her recently research projects are including diversity and multicultural education in the curriculum, e-books in school settings, integrated technology into curriculum, pre- and in-service teachers’ beliefs on technology teaching projects, learner –centered approach and learning environment, and online learning environment.

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