Distance Education Strategies to Support Practica in Rural Settings
Jung, Lee Ann, Galyon-Keramidas, Cathy, Collins, Belva, Ludlow, Barbara, Rural Special Education Quarterly
Personnel preparation programs in special education at the preservice and inservice levels have made extensive use of distance education program models to offer teacher education and staff development to rural schools. While distance education technology, such as interactive video and the Internet, are used to deliver content coursework, the supervision of practica at a distance can be challenging. The University of Kentucky and West Virginia University, early users of distance education and current implementers of programs that use online or interactive video delivery, have developed practicum models for providing supervision to prospective and practicing special …
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Publication information: Article title: Distance Education Strategies to Support Practica in Rural Settings. Contributors: Jung, Lee Ann - Author, Galyon-Keramidas, Cathy - Author, Collins, Belva - Author, Ludlow, Barbara - Author. Journal title: Rural Special Education Quarterly. Volume: 25. Issue: 2 Publication date: Spring 2006. Page number: 18+. © American Council on Rural Special Education Fall 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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