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Why Do Teachers Get To Learn The Most?
(e-Journal of Instructional Science and Technology,, 2004)
A common report from anecdotal writing over many generations of educators is that it is the teacher who usually learns the most during the process of gathering content materials, designing, teaching and evaluating student ...
Development principles for online courses: A baker's dozen
(ELearn Magazine, 2005-11-29)
Course development on the World Wide Web is becoming more sophisticated as instructors and course specialists become more familiar with the environment. Most course development principles for online courses have been ...
Strategic uses of CALL: What learners use and how they react
(Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 2003)
This paper outlines the findings of a two-year evaluation of learner use of software tools in a multimedia software package for teaching Indonesian listening comprehension and culture. This software package was introduced ...
(John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 2004)
Current Web-based training (WBT) is based upon systematic research and experience with strategies for improving learning and instruction, beginning in the early part of the 20th century and continuing to the present. Use ...
Factors Affecting the Development and Use of Learning Objects
(The American Journal of Distance Education, 2006)
This study explored barriers and facilitating factors affecting the development and use of learning objects in developing instructional materials and their use in supporting individualized learning. Over a two-month ...
An Integrated Instructional Design Model to Foster Lasting Behavior Change.
(Educational Technology, 2001)
Community Building and Computer-Mediated Conferencing
(Journal of Distance Education, 2008)
This study examined the relationship between community cohesion and computer-mediated conferencing (CMC), as well as other variables potentially associated with the development of a learning community. Within the context ...
Using Peer Teams to Lead Online Discussions
(Journal of Interactive Media in Education, 2002-03-14)
This study investigated an online course in which groups of four students were used to lead online discussions. The teams were examined for their ability to bring instructional design, discourse facilitation, and direct ...
Transactional Issues in Distance Education: The Impact of Design in Audioteleconferencing
(American Journal of Distance Education, 1995)
This paper reports the results of a study of student perceptions of learning via audioconferencing in university-level courses delivered at a distance. Field observations, interviews, and a focus group were used to ...
Transforming Higher Education: Agency and the Instructional Designer
(American Educational Research Association. San Francisco, CA, 2006-04)
In addition to the important role instructional designers play in the design and development of instructional products and programs, they also act in communities of practice as agents in changing the way traditional colleges ...