Titel: Online Professional Development for Teachers (PB)
Herausgegeben von Gene V. Glass, Charalambos Vrasidas
Information Age Publishing
1. November 2004 - kartoniert - 368 Seiten
Nineteen contributions present recent research on the use of online technologies for teacher education and professional development around the world. Cases described include (for example) a large-scale computer-mediated conference environment to support professional development; a fully online master's program in science education for elementary an
Teacher Professional Development: Issues and Trends, Charalambos Vrasidas and Gene V. Glass. Online Conferences for Professional Development, Terry Anderson and Jo-An Christiansen. Developing Teacher Knowledge and Pedagogy in a Large-Scale, Electronic Conference Environment for Professional Development, Jenny Leach, Bob McCormick, Bob Moon, and David Harrison. A Computer-Mediated Community of Learners in Teacher Education, Carol Greene and Susan Magliaro. Faculty Incentives and Development for Online Learning, Susan Haag, Leach Folkestad, and Suzanne Dietrich. Online Professional Development: Science Inquiry in the Online Environment, Wynne Harlen and Susan Doubler. Emerging and Experienced Professional Selves in Cyber Discourse, Irit Kupferberg and Miriam Ben Peretz. The MEPP Faculty Experience, Greg Kearsley. Using Web-Based Pedagogical Tools to Support Student Self-Regulation: What do Teachers Need to Know?, Anastasia Kitsantas and Nada Dabbagh. Technology Enhancements across Cultures in Higher Education, Madeline Burgess, Jan Currie, and Dorit Maor. Online Professional Development of Teachers through the Schools Around the World (SAW) Program, May-hung Cheng, Carol Stoel, and Erma Anderson. Preparing Teachers for e-Teaching via e-Learning, Michal Zellermayer, Nili Mor, and Ida Heilweil. Opportunities with e-Learning: Changing Teachers' Pedagogies, Dorit Maor. Design for Success: Applying Progressive Educational Principles Online, Carla Payne. They Understand What It Takes: A Pioneers' View on Teachers' Professional Development, Sanne Akkerman, Ineke Lam, and Wilfried Admiraal. Sustaining Teachers' Efforts in Technology Integration: A Peer-Learning Community Model for Professional Development, Xun Ge and Scoi McAdoo. Shifting the Teaching Paradigm: Professional Development in Online Teaching and Learning, Rigmor George, Denise Wood, and Dale Wache. Understanding Cognitive Transactions in Teaching and Learning within Virtual Communities, Neil Schwartz and Maria Beatrice Ligorio. Developing Online Teacher Video Cases for Learning Technology Integration, Wilhelmina Savenye, Thomas Brush, James Middleton, Ann Igoe, and Terri Kurz. Index.