Can Standards be Met and Evaluated Through an Online Teacher Education Technology Course? A Case Study
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Crawford, C. & Willis, J. (2002). Can Standards be Met and Evaluated Through an Online Teacher Education Technology Course? A Case Study. In D. Willis et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2002 (pp. 459-462). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference (SITE) 2002
Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Dee Anna Willis, Jerry Price & Niki Davis
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Table of Contents
Web-basing coursework has been a major focus of universities around the world for the past five- to ten-year period and has resulted in a bell-curve fallout of subject-specific quality coursework. However, the teacher education units have more carefully begun to review the positive and negative aspects associated with the possibilities of Web-basing teacher education coursework.
- Redesigning an Introductory Educational Technology Course to Maximize Student Learning
- Educational Effects of Computer-based Language Learning Materials: Evaluation of Memory Retention in Long-term Intervals
- A survey of Blackboard integration for both academic and administrative purposes
- Preservice Teachers’ Technology Competence Survey Skills Applying Technology in Educational Settings: An Exploratory Factor Analysis
- Challenging preservice teachers’ preconceptions, misconceptions, and concerns of virtual schooling: A preliminary analysis
- Technology Integration: Challenging False Assumptions
- Lessons Learned: Stages to Becoming an Online Instructor
- A REVIEW OF WEB-BASED LEARNING SYSTEMS FOR PROGRAMMING
- Planning Makes “Perfect?” - A Comprehensive Look at Successful Implementation of Technology and Teaching at a Major University
- Technology, Transfer and Teaching: The Impact of a Single Technology Course on Preservice Teachers’ Computer Attitudes and Ability
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