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The Impact of Online Teaching on Faculty Load: Computing the Ideal Class Size for Online Courses

The Impact of Online Teaching on Faculty Load: Computing the Ideal Class Size for Online Courses

The Impact of Online Teaching on Faculty Load: Computing the Ideal Class Size for Online Courses Lawrence A Tomei This study examined the impact of substituting didactic instruction, face-to-face advisement, and conventional evaluation with distance-based delivery of content, electronic counseling, and online assessment. It analyzed the impact of distance learning demands on faculty teaching loadsRead more about The Impact of Online Teaching on Faculty Load: Computing the Ideal Class Size for Online Courses[…]

Comparative Analysis of Preservice Teachers' Reflective Thinking in Synchronous versus Asynchronous Online Case Discussions

Comparative Analysis of Preservice Teachers' Reflective Thinking in Synchronous versus Asynchronous Online Case Discussions

Comparative Analysis of Preservice Teachers’ Reflective Thinking in Synchronous versus Asynchronous Online Case Discussions Barbara B Levin, Ye He, and Holly H Robbins This study was undertaken to better understand the nature of preservice teachers’ reflective thinking during case discussions about classroom management in two online formats: synchronous versus asynchronous. Findings indicated that when participantsRead more about Comparative Analysis of Preservice Teachers' Reflective Thinking in Synchronous versus Asynchronous Online Case Discussions[…]