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PROJECT DIST-ED: Teleconferencing as a Means of Supporting and Assisting Beginning Teachers
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Action in Teacher Education Volume 17, Number 4, ISSN 0162-6620

Abstract

Through the use of videotaping and postconferencing via a telecommunication link, first-year North Carolina teachers received assistance from a support team composed of a site mentor and a university professor in a remote site. The paper describes the project and its results, which the participants considered a limited success. (SM)

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Thomson, W.S. & Hawk, P.P. (1996). PROJECT DIST-ED: Teleconferencing as a Means of Supporting and Assisting Beginning Teachers. Action in Teacher Education, 17(4), 9-17. Retrieved December 9, 2019 from .

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