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Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education

2012 Volume 28, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. A Framework for Instructional Innovation in the Preparation of Tomorrow's Teachers

    Paulette Dilworth, Ana Donaldson, Marshall George, Don Knezek, Mike Searson, Kendall Starkweather, Marilyn Strutchens, John Tillotson & Sharon Robinson

    Emergent technologies offer opportunities to understand concepts in deeper, often different, and more meaningful ways. However, this growth in understanding will occur only if teachers learn to use... More

    pp. 130-132

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  2. Professional Learning Networks Designed for Teacher Learning

    Torrey Trust

    In the information age, students must learn to navigate and evaluate an expanding network of information. Highly effective teachers model this process of information analysis and knowledge... More

    pp. 133-138

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  3. Preservice Teachers' Views of Instructor Presence in Online Courses

    Charles B. Hodges & S Forrest Cowan

    The researchers conducted this study to investigate undergraduate preservice teacher candidates' perceptions regarding variables related to instructor presence in online courses. Participants... More

    pp. 139-145

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  4. An Exploratory Study Comparing Two Modes of Preparation for Online Teaching

    Dawn Hathaway & Priscilla Norton

    Few online high schools report requiring online education for their teachers, and few programs exist to prepare teachers to teach online (Smith, Clark, & Blomeyer, 2005). Professional development... More

    pp. 146-152

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