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Technology-Based Induction: Professional Development Strategies for Correctional Education
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Journal of Correctional Education Volume 64, Number 3, ISSN 0740-2708

Abstract

Technology provides exciting possibilities to the challenge of professional development in correctional education. Virtual induction strategies that include mentoring and immediate feedback during instructional delivery are now viable, low-cost, and secure options for correctional settings. Readers will become familiar with essential components of Induction and the Virtual Coaching Model.

Citation

Wade, W., Bohac, P. & Platt, J.S. (2013). Technology-Based Induction: Professional Development Strategies for Correctional Education. Journal of Correctional Education, 64(3), 22-36. Retrieved May 26, 2020 from .

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