Training Science Teachers with Fully-Interactive, Distance Education Technology
Journal of Science Teacher Education Volume 6, Number 3, ISSN 1046-560X
Presents an overview of an innovative distance education course which provides another setting for science education courses. Discusses technology used, selected benefits and drawbacks, assessment, and possibilities for improvement and expansion. (JRH)
Boone, W.J. & Andersen, H.O. (1995). Training Science Teachers with Fully-Interactive, Distance Education Technology. Journal of Science Teacher Education, 6(3), 146.
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