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Due to the importance of technology to student learning, technology has become a vital part of teacher education programs across the country. In order to fully understand technology integration in teacher education, it is important to examine current faculty technology integration practices. This study examined how this faculty infused technology into their education courses in an effort to train teacher candidates to be successful digital educators.
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