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This study examined the observed relationships between students’ technology use and the technologies and classroom environments that teachers arrange for them. The results warrant three areas of discussion: interpretation of the correlations, the observation process, and the use of the NETS in evaluation. The authors argue that educational planners need to be aware of these pedagogical pressures and relate them to their own priorities, since a technology implemented in response to one need may have unintended consequences. Furthermore, these observations provided several guidelines for observation practice.
Updated: Mar. 07, 2016
Teaching Online Made Me a Better Teacher: Studying the Impact of Virtual Course Experiences on Teachers Face-to-Face Practice
Anecdotal accounts from teachers have long suggested the possibility that virtual teaching experiences have a positive impact on face-to-face teaching practices. Data which collected as part of a statewide evaluation of a virtual school, offered an opportunity to explore this impact.
Updated: Jun. 25, 2009