Increasing Access to Teacher Preparation: The Effectiveness of Traditional Instructional Methods in an Online Learning Environment
Journal of Special Education Technology Volume 15, Number 2, ISSN 0162-6434
This study compared the effectiveness of online instruction and traditional classroom instruction with 58 preservice education students in a course on educational technology integration using three traditional instructional methods: lecture, guided instruction, and collaborative discussion. Student academic outcomes were the same in both online and traditional settings. Some advantage was found to online discussions in contrast to face-to-face discussions. (Contains references.) (DB)
Smith, S.B., Smith, S.J. & Boone, R. (2000). Increasing Access to Teacher Preparation: The Effectiveness of Traditional Instructional Methods in an Online Learning Environment. Journal of Special Education Technology, 15(2), 37-46.
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