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Using Content Acquisition Podcasts to Deliver Core Content to Preservice Teacher Candidates
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Intervention in School and Clinic Volume 50, Number 3, ISSN 1053-4512

Abstract

Teacher educators are always looking for instructional strategies that are easy to create and use but are powerful for promoting learning among preservice teacher candidates. Content acquisition podcasts (CAPs) is an example of an instructional strategy that embeds evidence-based instructional design principles to package and deliver critical content in courses such as introductory and foundational special education classes. In this column, a brief overview of current problems of practice that create a need for CAPs, a review research on the use of CAPs for preservice teacher education, and an overview of the processes used to create CAPs are provided.

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Kennedy, M.J., Kellems, R.O., Thomas, C.N. & Newton, J.R. (2015). Using Content Acquisition Podcasts to Deliver Core Content to Preservice Teacher Candidates. Intervention in School and Clinic, 50(3), 163-168. Retrieved July 18, 2019 from .

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