TFQETechnology as Facilitator of Quality Education
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Consistent with the TFQE Model, Ringstaff and Kelley (2002) confirmed in their summary of research findings that educational technology use supports the kinds of changes in climate and roles that are at the heart of the educational reform movements.
INTIME faculty participants were charged with piloting the resources with preservice teachers in their classes and seeking creative ways to implement the video vignettes to enhance students' understanding of the TFQE Model and appropriate technology integration.
Two respondents focused on their use of the theoretical framework that led to either more flexibility in cross-curricular teaching ("a good teacher has skills that will transfer into any setting, while the only thing that changes is the content"--Respondent F, Interview II) or to using the TFQE Model as a good resource for students when designing an evaluation rubric.