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Adapting to the Pedagogy of Technology in Educational Administration ARTICLE

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Scholar-Practitioner Quarterly Volume 4, Number 3, ISSN 1540-9392

Abstract

The field of educational administration is in a pedagogical transition. Though empirical evidence may be lacking about the efficacy of online teaching and learning, programs in educational administration are part of the greater movement to Internet delivery by virtue of market forces and advances in software and hardware tools for teaching in a virtual environment. Faculty members in educational administration are at the cusp of change that requires an understanding of electronic teaching and learning. Electronic portfolios as a way to measure and capture student progress are an opportunity to learn about the more robust capabilities of the electronic medium for teaching because of their mainstream use by all faculty. The electronic portfolio is the first widely adopted, and widely used, platform for introducing faculty in educational administration to an Internet-based technology for teaching. The adoption of electronic portfolios by educational administration programs requires faculty to use and explore the potential of the pedagogy of technology in their own teaching.

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Berry, J.E. & Marx, G. (2010). Adapting to the Pedagogy of Technology in Educational Administration. Scholar-Practitioner Quarterly, 4(3), 245-255. Retrieved November 16, 2018 from .

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