Early Childhood Educators as eLearners: Engaging Approaches to Teaching and Learning Online
Young Children Volume 62, Number 4, ISSN 1538-6619
Early childhood educators are going to class online in ever increasing numbers, yet many questions remain about appropriate uses of technology, learning effectiveness, learner support, and faculty development in this emerging environment for teacher education and professional development. This article explores teaching and learning online through the eyes of early childhood learners and teacher educators; discusses online learning standards and guidelines; and profiles a higher education institution launching an online mode of study. (Contains 20 online resources.)
Donohue, C., Fox, S. & Torrence, D. (2007). Early Childhood Educators as eLearners: Engaging Approaches to Teaching and Learning Online. Young Children, 62(4), 34-41.
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