The Savvy Cyber Professor
Preparing Tomorrow’s Educators by
Infusing Technology into the Pre-service Teacher Curriculum

2nd Annual NACCTEP National Conference
San Francisco, CA
February 28, 2004

Discover an exemplary program that demonstrates how technology can be effectively integrated into the pre-service teacher curriculum. Specifically, learn how to leverage “unique and compelling” Internet applications to create a dynamic and interactive teaching and learning environment that engages students in real-world data and global tele-collaboration projects.

Unique and Compelling Internet Applications

  1. Communication Tool
  2. Real-Time Data
  3. Publish Student Work
  4. Access Primary Sources

More Information:

  • Community College Pathways to Improved Teacher Preparation Through Technology (Pathways)
    The Pathways project adapts a proven set of P-12 training materials and Internet-based curricula for use in math, science, language arts, and educational technology in community college courses taken by pre-service teachers. It will create an online library of technology-based learning objects to promote constructivist learning in the community colleges. Faculty from thirty community colleges will participate in a face-to-face/online training and development program and will be supported by mentors in an online learning community to promote institutionalization.

    Materials developed for this project include a library of Real World Learning Objects (RWLOs) that can be integrated into community college courses as well as the Savvy Cyber Professor online and face-to-face training materials that provide instruction for the development and use of RWLOs.

Related Links

Download the Presentation and Handouts


 - Pathways Project web site
 - Classroom Projects
 - Download Presentation: 2004NACCTEP.ppt
 - Download Handouts:
 + genetics.xls
 + Textbook.pdf
 + Internet.pdf

Presenter Information

Joshua Koen
Internet Science Education & Latin American Program Specialist
(201) 216-5045

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Center for Improved Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) All Rights Reserved.