Using Distance Education Technologies for the Supervision of Student Teachers in Remote Rural Schools
Rural Special Education Quarterly Volume 18, Number 3, ISSN 8756-8705
An interactive, two-way, video conferencing system enables North Georgia College and State University to place and supervise student teachers in remote, rural schools. Costs, technical aspects, and program processes are discussed. Student teachers are able to return to their home communities, university supervisors save travel time, and the university increases its visibility in remote areas. (Contains 25 references.) (TD)
Gruenhagen, K., McCracken, T. & True, J. (1999). Using Distance Education Technologies for the Supervision of Student Teachers in Remote Rural Schools. Rural Special Education Quarterly, 18(3), 58-65.
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