Interactive Distance Learning in PreK-12 Settings: A Handbook of Possibilities
By: Jan M. Yates (author)Paperback
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The wide array of possibilities for interactive distance learning in today's schools can be daunting. This book will help educators make the transition from technology-based learning modalities and integrate elements of distance learning into the curriculum. With emphasis on Internet-based delivery formats, author Jan M. Yates presents the latest research and proven techniques for creating effective distance-learning opportunities that enhance student achievement. This guide is indispensable for anyone serious about distance learning. Included are an introduction, models and examples of distance learning, distance learning settings, discussions of support technologies and their uses, evaluation of interactive distance learning activities, a wealth of information about Web sites, vendors, and useful materials.
JAN M. YATES is Program Professor, Graduate Teacher Education Program, Fischler Graduate School of Education and Human Services at Nova Southeastern University, North Miami Beach, Florida.
Acknowledgements Foreword Chapter 1. An Introduction to the Use of Interactive Distance Chapter 2. Background of Interactive Distance Learning Technologies Chapter 3: Models of Interactive Distance Learning Activities Chapter 4: Interactive Distance Learning Settings Chapter 5: Interactive Distance Learning Applications Chapter 6: Support for Interactive Distance Learning Activities Chapter 7: Evaluation of Interactive Distance Learning Activities
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