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This article explored empirical studies of early childhood educators' experience with 63 junior and senior level university students who were involved in concurrent instructional lecture and practicum experiences. Participants defined “positive guidance” diversely with definitions ranging from accurate to inaccurate, considered several positive guidance skills difficult to master, including conflict resolution, positive language usage, setting and following through with limits, and offering choices.
Updated: Sep. 04, 2008
Are they the same? Comparing the instructional quality of online and face-to-face graduate education courses
This study looks at response rates and compares instructional quality, using student course evaluations along with additional data from online and face-to-face graduate education courses, to evaluate the effectiveness of instruction. A statistical analysis of students' course evaluations showed no significant difference in instructional quality based on the format used. Together with comparisons of student work, these results provide additional evidence in support of the finding of no significant difference between formats in the area of instructional quality.
Updated: Jan. 15, 2008