Structuring Communications To Facilitate Effective Teaching and Learning Online
Computers in the Schools Volume 17, Number 3, ISSN 0738-0569
Discussion of adapting established classroom practices to new online environments identifies the instructional strategies that lead to successful classroom teaching and describes an online system, WebTeach, that provides structured teacher-learner interactions and is used at the University of New South Wales. (Author/LRW)
Hughes, C. & Hewson, L. (2001). Structuring Communications To Facilitate Effective Teaching and Learning Online. Computers in the Schools, 17(3), 147.
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