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Online Mathematics Methods Course Evaluation: Student Outcomes, Generalization, and Pupil Performance
In this study, researchers examined the effects of an online mathematics methods class on preservice teachers' knowledge of instructional planning, classroom instructional planning performance; and classroom pupil outcomes in mathematics. Results are discussed in terms of participant acquisition of online course materials, classroom application of course materials, and pupil outcomes in mathematics.
Updated: Sep. 07, 2008
Web-based instruction (WBI), including both online courses and online degree programs, offer flexibility to students and instructors and are now typical in higher education programs. Researchers compared WBI to traditional instruction for teaching undergraduate students about students with disabilities. Forty-four students participated in this study. Half were enrolled in the Web-based section of the course; half were enrolled in the traditional section.
Updated: Jul. 17, 2008
A prescribed quality assurance process has helped the University of Houston at Clear Lake, Texas, to focus its efforts and prioritize quality in its online courses. This process involves eight quality assurance strategies covering instructional plan review, Web design review, editing, usability and accessibility, sustainability, copyright, infrastructural impact, and content and rigor.
Updated: Jan. 24, 2008