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Issues in Teacher Education

2009 Volume 18, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. eSupervision: A Technology Framework for the 21st Century Field Experience in Teacher Education

    Christianna Alger & Theodore J. Kopcha

    Despite the complex emotional and interpersonal challenges inherent therein, credential students often comment that their student teaching experience had the greatest influence on their development... More

    pp. 31-46

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  2. Teacher Candidates' Views of Digital Games as Learning Devices

    Nancy B. Sardone & Roberta Devlin-Scherer

    The objective of this research study was to explore teacher candidate views toward digital learning games using an immersive strategy. Specifically, we were interested in finding out what game use ... More

    pp. 47-67

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  3. A Comparison of Asynchronous Online Text-Based Lectures and Synchronous Interactive Web Conferencing Lectures

    Ashley Ann Skylar

    Online learning environments are more prevalent in teacher education than ever before. In 2009, many instructors are attempting to emulate traditional instructional methods in the online learning... More

    pp. 69-84

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  4. To Blend or Not to Blend: Online and Blended Learning Environments in Undergraduate Teacher Education

    Rachel M. B. Collopy & Jackie Marshall Arnold

    Research comparing student experiences with online-only and blended delivery has often concentrated on graduate students and nontraditional programs. However, the effectiveness of online and... More

    pp. 85-101

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  5. Online versus In-Class Courses: An Examination of Differences in Learning Outcomes

    Lisa Kirtman

    There has been a wide variety of works and views on the issue of teaching and learning online. But much of the work focused on the types of instructional methods used when teaching online. This... More

    pp. 103-116

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