Developing a Distributed Learning Community: Undergraduate Education Majors Use the Internet To Engage in Early Teaching Experiences in Biology
Journal of Computing in Teacher Education Volume 13, Number 2, ISSN 1040-2454
Describes a teaching teleapprenticeship model that involved a college biology instructor, his undergraduate students, and public school students and teachers (grades 4-8) in a series of instructional interactions that provided opportunities for reciprocal mentoring. Surveys, interviews, and observations of participants are summarized to describe how the electronic classroom evolved over three years. (SM)
Boehmer, R.F. & Waugh, M.L. (1997). Developing a Distributed Learning Community: Undergraduate Education Majors Use the Internet To Engage in Early Teaching Experiences in Biology. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education, 13(2), 7-15.
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