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Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education

September 2006 Volume 27, Number 3

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Number of articles: 3

  1. E-Discussions as a Complement to Traditional Instruction: Did the Students like Online Communication and Why?

    Ni Chang

    The purpose of this study was to explore undergraduate students' perceptions of online discussion used as a complement to a traditional classroom setting during the fall 2004 and spring 2005... More

    pp. 249-264

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  2. Getting Connected: Learning from External Early Childhood Education Students Perceptions of Their Study Experiences

    Sandra Lennox, Julie Davis & Ann Heirdsfield

    Despite a rapidly growing trend in universities to offer flexible learning options, limited attention has been given to hearing students' voices and learning from their perceptions of their... More

    pp. 275-289

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  3. Teaching Early Childhood Assessment Online: A State-Wide Multi-University Collaboration

    Ann D. Murray, Angie McDonald & Marti A. York

    This paper describes an online early childhood assessment course that was developed through a multi-university collaboration with support from a state improvement grant. Collaborators from three... More

    pp. 313-321

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