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Highly Interactive and Effective Online Learning Environments for Teacher Professional Development
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International Journal of Educational Technology Volume 2, Number 2, ISSN 1327-7308

Abstract

Reports on a two-year study of an online program for teacher professional development. Survey data from twenty-six online students and in-depth case studies of four students, revealed five dimensions that contribute to effective online learning: relevant and challenging assignments; coordinated learning environments; adequate and timely feedback from instructors; rich environments for student-to-student interaction; and flexibility in teaching and learning. (AEF)

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Levin, S.R., Waddoups, G.L., Levin, J. & Buell, J. (2001). Highly Interactive and Effective Online Learning Environments for Teacher Professional Development. International Journal of Educational Technology, 2(2),. Retrieved October 17, 2019 from .

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