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Supporting Teacher Educators' Use of Hypermedia Video-Based Programs


English Education Volume 40, Number 4, ISSN 0007-8204


Teacher candidates can benefit from teacher preparation programs that couple learned classroom experiences with the use of hypermedia, yet challenges can arise when such technologies are integrated into university classrooms. Hypermedia in the context of teacher candidate learning can aid educators in meeting the needs of this population. This article provides critical feedback to teacher educators not only on general literacy and technology issues but also firsthand experiences implementing a hypermedia video-based environment in university courses. This article also presents some of the challenges that individuals might face when integrating hypermedia video-based tools such as Reading Classroom Explorer (RCE) into classrooms.


Boling, E. & Adams, S.S. (2008). Supporting Teacher Educators' Use of Hypermedia Video-Based Programs. English Education, 40(4), 314-339. Retrieved December 3, 2020 from .

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