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Instruction via Satellite Television: An Exploratory Analysis of Teacher Effectiveness
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Research in Rural Education Volume 5, Number 3,

Abstract

Compares teacher effectiveness of one-way video, two-way audio satellite telecommunications education offerings with traditional classroom, teacher-led offerings. Concludes quality instruction can occur via interactive satellite teaching. Notes the medium makes it difficult for teachers to determine student responses and easier for students to hide. Contains 14 references. (DHP)

Citation

Barker, B.O. & Patrick, K.R. (1989). Instruction via Satellite Television: An Exploratory Analysis of Teacher Effectiveness. Research in Rural Education, 5(3), 31-36. Retrieved December 3, 2021 from .

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