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Journal of Interactive Online Learning

2010 Volume 9, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Best Practices in Teaching K-12 Online: Lessons Learned from Michigan Virtual School Teachers

    Meredith DiPietro, Richard E. Ferdig, Erik W. Black & Megan Presto

    Virtual schools are rising in popularity and presence. Unfortunately, there is a relative dearth of research related to teaching and learning in virtual schools. Although there are numerous... More

    pp. 10-35

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  2. BE VOCAL: Characteristics of Successful Online Instructors

    John R. Savery

    While classroom teaching and management strategies are well documented, the online learning environment presents different challenges and benefits. Teaching in an online environment requires a... More

    pp. 141-152

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  3. Teachers' Reflections on Pedagogies that Enhance Learning in an Online Course on Teaching for Equity and Social Justice

    Omiunota Nelly Ukpokodu

    This study investigated teachers' reflective perspectives on pedagogies that enhance learning in an online course on "Teaching for equity and social justice" in a teacher education program. Data... More

    pp. 227-255

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  4. Constructive Student Feedback: Online vs. Traditional Course Evaluations

    Judy Donovan, Cynthia E. Mader & John Shinsky

    Substantial efforts have been made recently to compare the effectiveness of traditional course formats to alternative formats (most often, online delivery compared to traditional on-site delivery).... More

    pp. 283-296

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