Using Audio/Video Conferencing To Observe Field-Based Practices of Rural Teachers
Rural Educator Volume 22, Number 2, ISSN 0273-446X
Valdosta State University (Georgia) uses audio/video conferencing in its teacher education program, a low-cost alternative to travel that enables student teachers to access the expertise of their supervisors more frequently; supervisors to observe student teachers; simultaneous interactions between supervisor, student teacher, and mentor, or among student teachers; and outside experts to observe and offer technical assistance. (TD)
Venn, M.L., Moore, R.L. & Gunter, P.L. (2001). Using Audio/Video Conferencing To Observe Field-Based Practices of Rural Teachers. Rural Educator, 22(2), 24-27.
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