Perceptions of Graduate Students on the Use of Web-Based Instruction in Special Education Personnel Preparation
Teacher Education and Special Education Volume 31, Number 1, ISSN 0888-4064
This study examined the perceptions of 88 graduate students on the use of Web-based instruction in preparing special education personnel. Following the collection of data using surveys, 6 participants were randomly selected from the original sample and interviewed. Findings supported Web-based instruction as a convenient way for students to pursue their education. Furthermore, findings indicated that Web-based courses with increased structure and organization resulted in improved learning outcomes. Greater opportunities for learner and instructor interaction in Web-based courses increased the probability of acquiring anticipated learning goals and objectives. Finally, technological problems and a lack of user-friendly technology jeopardize the effectiveness of Web-based instruction. (Contains 3 tables.)
Korir Bore, J.C. (2008). Perceptions of Graduate Students on the Use of Web-Based Instruction in Special Education Personnel Preparation. Teacher Education and Special Education, 31(1), 1-11.
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