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The Promotion/Tenure Dilemma: Maintaining a Research Agenda While Developing Distance Learning Teaching Excellence

The Promotion/Tenure Dilemma: Maintaining a Research Agenda While Developing Distance Learning Teaching Excellence

The Promotion/Tenure Dilemma: Maintaining a Research Agenda While Developing Distance Learning Teaching Excellence Donald G Hackmann This reflective article shares an associate professor’s personal beliefs regarding distance education, his initial experiences with teaching distance learning courses, and his concerns with simultaneously sustaining a research agenda when teaching distance courses. The following recommendations are presented toRead more about The Promotion/Tenure Dilemma: Maintaining a Research Agenda While Developing Distance Learning Teaching Excellence[…]

Making Connections: Collaborative Approaches to Preparing Today's and Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology

Making Connections: Collaborative Approaches to Preparing Today's and Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology

Making Connections: Collaborative Approaches to Preparing Today’s and Tomorrow’s Teachers to Use Technology Cheryl L Rosaen, Sharon Hobson, and Ghazala Khan A collaborative approach was developed to support the professional development of teacher candidates, collaborating teachers (CTs) and teacher educators in learning to use technology for professional and pedagogical uses. Collaboration with K-5 teachers wasRead more about Making Connections: Collaborative Approaches to Preparing Today's and Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology[…]

Collaborative Reflection and Professional Community Building: An Analysis of Preservice Teachers' Use of an Electronic Discussion Board

Collaborative Reflection and Professional Community Building: An Analysis of Preservice Teachers' Use of an Electronic Discussion Board

Collaborative Reflection and Professional Community Building: An Analysis of Preservice Teachers’ Use of an Electronic Discussion Board Sheila A Nicholson and Nathan Bond The use of technology in the educational setting can provide support for professional development early in a teacher’s career. The purpose of this qualitative exploratory study was to examine the use ofRead more about Collaborative Reflection and Professional Community Building: An Analysis of Preservice Teachers' Use of an Electronic Discussion Board[…]

Exploring the Influence of Web-Based Portfolio Development on Learning to Teach Elementary Science

Exploring the Influence of Web-Based Portfolio Development on Learning to Teach Elementary Science

Exploring the Influence of Web-Based Portfolio Development on Learning to Teach Elementary Science Lucy Avraamidou and Carla Zembal-Saul This qualitative case study examined web-based portfolio development in the service of supporting reflective thinking and learning within the innovative context of Professional Development Schools. Specifically, this study investigated the nature of the evidence-based philosophies developed byRead more about Exploring the Influence of Web-Based Portfolio Development on Learning to Teach Elementary Science[…]