Many schools, school districts, state departments of education, and colleges of education are all trying to do more "technology" (more teaching about technology and more teaching with technology) with limited resources. Software producers and hardware vendors are finding it difficult to meet the demand by educators for training, information, and product support. A cooperative model has evolved in Florida at the University of Central Florida which benefits Florida educators and all partners, and which we feel is replicable and worthy of consideration.
|Keywords:||Instrucational technology, Computer literacy, Teacher training, Florida education|
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