Effective Practices in Distance Education
Computers in the Schools Volume 18, Number 2, ISSN 0738-0569
Distance education is changing the landscape of higher education and many faculty are now developing Web-based courses. This paper describes the lessons learned by the authors' experiences and research and offers a specific set of pedagogical and assessment strategies that they have found to be successful in online settings. The authors have found that classes delivered on the Web provide a viable option for professional development of K-12 teachers, and that the learning that occurs is of equal quality to those university courses taught on campus. Web-based courses offer students an opportunity to take courses anytime, anyplace.
Gonzales, C.L. & De Montes, L.S. (2002). Effective Practices in Distance Education. Computers in the Schools, 18(2), 61-77.
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