A Comparison of Large Lecture, Fully Online, and Hybrid Sections of Introduction to Special Education
O'Brien, Chris, Hartshorne, Richard, Beattie, John, Jordan, LuAnn, Rural Special Education Quarterly
This study evaluated the effectiveness of flexible learning options at a university serving multiple geographic areas (including remote and rural areas) and age groups by teaching an introduction to special education course to three large groups of pre-teacher education majors using three modes of instruction. The university offered sections as (a) a traditional large lecture class, (b) a fully online asynchronous course, and (c) a hybrid course with lecture and asynchronous online instruction. Data analysis centered on course performance, perceptions of instructional effectiveness, and perceptions of preparedness for future role as teachers of students with special …
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Publication information: Article title: A Comparison of Large Lecture, Fully Online, and Hybrid Sections of Introduction to Special Education. Contributors: O'Brien, Chris - Author, Hartshorne, Richard - Author, Beattie, John - Author, Jordan, LuAnn - Author. Journal title: Rural Special Education Quarterly. Volume: 30. Issue: 4 Publication date: Winter 2011. Page number: 19+. © American Council on Rural Special Education Fall 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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