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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2004 (2004) pp. 665–668
In order to understand how to design an online learning community for K-12 teachers and promote it as a useful, if not preferred, environment for teachers, it is essential to understand what motivates teachers to participate in one and how it...
Voluntary participation and online learning: A research study investigating why K–12 teachers participate in informal online learning and how it influences their professional development
Voluntary@participation and online@learning: A research study<p>investigating why K–12 teachers participate in informal online<p> learning and how it influences their professional@development (2003) pp. 1–161
Research shows that traditional forms of professional development are ineffective. Although new designs for professional development demonstrate success, they cannot be easily distributed in traditional environments. Online learning is emerging as a ...
Contributions and Concerns of SITE Participants: A Survey of Technology Using Teacher Educators (ASTUTE)
Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2002 (2002) pp. 475–477
It is important to know more about the potential contributions and needs of SITE participants in order to inform further developments of the society and the field. During the SITE 2001 conference 165 participants completed a survey and 38 personal...