Providing Enrichment and Acceleration in the Electronic Classroom: A Case Study of Audiographic Conferencing
Journal of Special Education Technology Volume 14, Number 2, ISSN 0162-6434
A study investigated the effectiveness of utilizing audiographic conferencing technology to provide enrichment programs for 30 gifted students in Western Australia. The interactive features of the technology provided the possibilities for task-related collaboration and gave students the opportunity to share, discuss, and evaluate concepts, thereby learning higher-order thinking. (Contains references.) (Author/CR)
McLoughlin, C. (1999). Providing Enrichment and Acceleration in the Electronic Classroom: A Case Study of Audiographic Conferencing. Journal of Special Education Technology, 14(2), 54-69.
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