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Helping Preservice Teachers Learn to Assess Writing: Practice and Feedback in a Web-Based Environment
Assessing Writing Vol. 14, No. 1 (2009) pp. 38–61
Writing is a highly valued skill that is often neglected in the classroom; one reason is that teachers often do not receive adequate training in writing assessment and instruction. Teachers, particularly preservice teachers, need practice making...
Introducing Teaching Cases with Face-to-Face and Computer-Mediated Discussion: Two Multi-Classroom Quasi-Experiments
Roger Bruning; Kamau O. Siwatu; Xiongyi Liu; Lisa M. PytlikZillig; Christy Horn; Stephanie Sic; Deborah Carlson
Contemporary Educational Psychology Vol. 33, No. 2 (April 2008) pp. 299–326
Two studies were conducted in multisection introductory child and adolescent development classes to determine effects of introducing abbreviated teaching case studies that were then discussed either in face-to-face or online formats. Students...
Agricultural Producer Perceptions of Climate Change and Climate Education Needs for the Central Great Plains
Amber Campbell Hibbs; Daniel Kahl; Lisa PytlikZillig; Ben Champion; Tarik Abdel-Monem; Timothy Steffensmeier; Charles W. Rice; Kenneth Hubbard
Journal of Extension Vol. 52, No. 3 (June 2014)
The Central Great Plains Climate Education Partnership conducted focus groups throughout Kansas to gain a better understanding of farmer perceptions and attitudes towards climate change education. Results indicate concern about climatic changes,...
Face-to-Face versus Computer-Mediated Discussion of Teaching Cases: Impacts on Preservice Teachers' Engagement, Critical Analyses, and Self-Efficacy
Lisa M. PytlikZillig; Christy A. Horn; Roger Bruning; Stephanie Bell; Xiongyi Liu; Kamau O. Siwatu; Mary C. Bodvarsson; Doyoung Kim; Deborah Carlson
Contemporary Educational Psychology Vol. 36, No. 4 (October 2011) pp. 302–312
Two frequently-used discussion protocols were investigated as part of a program to implement teaching cases in undergraduate educational psychology classes designed for preservice teachers. One protocol involved synchronous face-to-face (FTF)...