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Online vs. On-Campus Learning in Teacher Education
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Teacher Education and Special Education Volume 26, Number 2, ISSN 0888-4064

Abstract

This study compared outcomes for 140 preservice special educators enrolled in either an online or on-campus graduate course on behavior management. Performance on multiple choice quizzes throughout the course and follow-up of classroom behavior management during student teaching as observed by a master teacher and university supervisor found no significant differences between the two groups. (Contains references.) (DB)

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Caywood, K. & Duckett, J. (2003). Online vs. On-Campus Learning in Teacher Education. Teacher Education and Special Education, 26(2), 98-105. Retrieved June 14, 2021 from .

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