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Journal of Technology and Teacher Education Vol. 21, No. 2 (April 2013) pp. 225–245
Online teacher professional development has become an alternative to face-to-face professional development. Such a shift from face-to-face to online professional development, however, brings new challenges for professional development facilitators,...
The Future of Professional Development Will Be Designed, Not Discovered: Response to Moon, Passmore, Reiser, and Michaels, "Beyond Comparisons of Online versus Face-to-Face PD"
Barry Fishman; Spyros Konstantopoulos; Beth W. Kubitskey; Richard Vath; Gina Park; Heather Johnson; Daniel Edelson
Journal of Teacher Education Vol. 65, No. 3 (2014) pp. 261–264
This article represents a response to the authors' "Journal of Teacher Education" ("JTE") article (Fishman et al., 2013) by Moon, Passmore, Reiser, and Michaels (2013). The authors believe that Moon et al. have properly...
Comparing the Impact of Online and Face-to-Face Professional Development in the Context of Curriculum Implementation
Barry Fishman; Spyros Konstantopoulos; Beth W. Kubitskey; Richard Vath; Gina Park; Heather Johnson; Daniel C. Edelson
Journal of Teacher Education Vol. 64, No. 5 (2013) pp. 426–438
This study employed a randomized experiment to examine differences in teacher and student learning from professional development (PD) in two modalities: online and face-to-face. The study explores whether there are differences in teacher knowledge...
Beth W. Kubitskey; Richard J. Vath; Heather J. Johnson; Barry J. Fishman; Spyros Konstantopoulos; Gina J. Park
Teaching and Teacher Education: An International Journal of Research and Studies Vol. 28, No. 3 (April 2012) pp. 418–427
As teacher professional development research includes more experimental designs, new challenges arise. We examine the threat of participant attrition as an example of the types of problems researchers face. Counter-intuitively, higher levels of...