Teacher beliefs and technology integration practices: Examining the alignment between espoused and enacted beliefs

2012-01-01
ERTMER, PEGGY A
OTTENBREIT LEFTWICH, ANNE TODD
Sadık, Olgun
ŞENDURUR, EMİNE
ŞENDURUR, POLAT

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Citation Formats
P. A. ERTMER, A. T. OTTENBREIT LEFTWICH, O. Sadık, E. ŞENDURUR, and P. ŞENDURUR, Teacher beliefs and technology integration practices: Examining the alignment between espoused and enacted beliefs. 2012.