Sunday, April 2, 2017

A Comparison of Student Teacher Outcomes from Candidates in Face-to-Face and Online Program Pathways - Dawn Mollenkopf, et al; OJDLA

The study examined the extent to which: (a) content knowledge from an earlier required applied instructional technology course would be retained at the student teaching level, and (b) a significant difference would be found in the learning performance outcomes of student teachers based on program pathway. Student teaching data analyzed over a three-year period indicate that student teachers met expectations in their technology use and in their overall lesson planning and teaching, and that there was no significant difference in student performance in the online program pathway when compared to student performance in the face-to-face program pathway. https://www.westga.edu/~distance/ojdla/spring201/mollenkopf_vu_crow_black201.html

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