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January 15, 2019

Article Notice – Synchronous Teaching Techniques From The Perspective And Observation Of Virtual High School Teachers: An Investigative Study

I don’t know how, but this came across my electronic desk near the end of last week.  I’m not sure if I have posted this before, but I figured twice wouldn’t be a problem if I had.

  • July 2018
  • International journal of information and communication technology education: an official publication of the Information Resources Management Association 14(3):55-67
  • DOI:
  • 10.4018/IJICTE.2018070105
Abstract
This article describes how there are specific tools and techniques used by teachers in synchronous live-virtual classroom environments. Those items were investigated in this article. Data was collected from semi-structured, one-on-one interviews conducted with a purposeful sample of twelve identified “highly-qualified” teachers at a cyber charter school in Pennsylvania that administered mandatory online synchronous class sessions. Additional data was collected through observations of each participant in their recorded archived “synchronous live” class sessions. The results of the study detailed the use of tools and techniques in regard to engagement, assessment and classroom management.

 

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January 14, 2019

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