Two teacher educators collaborated to adopt the Teacher Educator Technology Competencies (TETCs) in two coordinated undergraduate courses: elementary mathematics methods and survey of instructional technology. This collaborative self-study grounds the teacher educators’ approach in relevant research literature, aligns their efforts with specific TETCs, documents the essential elements of the ongoing adoption process, and evaluates the impact of the approach. This practical case of two teacher educators’ experiences and results from their collaborative approach offers insights about challenges, revisions, collaboration, impact, and ongoing work relating to teacher educators’ efforts to adopt and implement the TETCs in undergraduate coursework for teacher candidates.
|Number of pages
|Journal of Technology and Teacher Education
|Published - Oct 2019