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Student Beliefs About Online Teaching: Implications for Virtual School Teachers Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference(SITE)2009:1
A mixed methods evaluation was conducted of the new North Carolina Virtual Public School (NCVPS), revealing significant student expectations for teachers in virtual school environments. While students generally agreed their teachers provided a high...
Using the Web to Support Professional Development for Teachers Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference(SITE)2008:1
Academic Literacy for All is a cooperative program between the University of New Mexico's College of Education, the Albuquerque Public Schools, and the Los Lunas Schools funded by the US Department of Education. Faculty from the Language, Literacy...
Teacher Free Speech and Expression in a Digital Age: A Legal Analysis NASSP Bulletin (ISSN-0192-6365) 94:3
In this technological age, the definition of private, public, and protected speech and expression for today's school employees is largely misunderstood and unclear. This article addresses the current legal standards as well as some recent case law...
Using computers for learning: An historical study of four early programs Using computers for learning: An historical study of four early programs (PQ3268528)
This dissertation looks at the early history of instructional and educational computing. The basic research questions ask about the origins of using computers for learning. Where did the idea come from and how was it implemented. How did the early...