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Page 294 of Journal of Science Education and Technology Vol. 10, Issue 4 [page]

2001 Journal of Science Education and Technology  
These modes are tele-access to information, virtual publishing, tele-presence, tele-mentoring, and tele- sharing. Riel (1993) on the other hand, focused on cul- tural and social aspects of the web.  ...  But to what extent do web authors in science education utilize these features? Has a new curriculum emerged by virtue of these tools? How, if at all, did pedagogy evolve with the new trend?  ... 

Page 95 of Journal of Science Education and Technology Vol. 10, Issue 1 [page]

2001 Journal of Science Education and Technology  
Mapping Power: The classification scheme should include and integrate a large variety of properties in the different dimensions (e.g., content, pedagogy, communications) of edu- cational Websites.  ...  These modes are tele-access to information, virtual publishing, tele-presence, tele-mentoring, and tele-sharing. Riel (1993), on the other hand, focuses on cultural and social aspects of the WWW.  ... 

School-based Teacher Education with IT as a Tool [chapter]

Palle Bendsen
2002 Networking the Learner  
In this study we used virtual tutoring and collaborative learning in a nonnal class of students in a Danish College of Education.  ...  Electronic communication gives new possibilities for co-ordination of the teacht"J"'s mutual collaboration.  ...  We include some trainee teachers' participation in the tele-dialogue, citing their experiences ofwhat we called: 'This weeks tele-theme'.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35596-2_71 fatcat:ap6w2fpumbbxnfqjfos2rga7u4

Synchronous Video Communication for Distance Education: the educators' perspective

Chryssoula Themelis
2014 Open Praxis  
The paper reports on the experienced educator perspective regarding human-to-human connection in distance education.  ...  The outcome of the analysis formulated a new theory called tele-proximity, which gives an explanation of how presences could work in synchronicity.  ...  Parchoma (2005) underlines the significance of clear and productive communication to promote common goals in virtual organization and networked communities.  ... 
doi:10.5944/openpraxis.6.3.128 fatcat:465k3wwplje7fjrohuuih34hli

Technology Enhanced Learning Environments: Reflecting on the 21st Century Learning

Samuel Njai, Esther Nyabuto
2021 East African Scholars Journal of Education Humanities and Literature  
of learning in the 21 st Century.  ...  Teaching and learning in the 21 st Century has undergone transformation.  ...  The alignment of TELE (Technology Enhanced Learning Environments) need not restrict its adaptation to traditional learning pedagogies but on the benefits drawn from the supportive visual and interactive  ... 
doi:10.36349/easjehl.2021.v04i04.009 fatcat:p5y6tiaujnevjiuu7gztmkv5k4

Remote Medical Education: Adapting Kern's Curriculum Design to Tele-teaching

Jordan Taylor Said, Andrea Wershof Schwartz
2021 Medical Science Educator  
COVID-19 has necessitated a rapid shift to the remote delivery of medical education.  ...  most of technology and translate in-person strategies to virtual forms; (5) engage with individual learners and eliminate distractions; and (6) consider online methods of assessment and evaluation methods  ...  Employ the dashboard view that shows all participants' video feeds at the beginning of class to show the virtual community of the classroom.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40670-020-01186-7 pmid:33520396 pmcid:PMC7833892 fatcat:mxlnrfqbxjelpoo5hwb64whutq

Modernization of the Professor in the Teaching in the actuality: Application of Technology (ICT) and Pedagogy in Education

Giovanni Alcocer, Priscilla Alcocer
2021 Mediterranean Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences  
Zambrano (2002), describes the Pedagogy in Teaching as a consciously organized educational process with defined objectives.  ...  Teaching Pedagogy: Concept, Methods and Categories Concepts of Pedagogy Teaching Pedagogy makes possible the conquest of illusions and perspectives conditioned by the future in a utopian adventure called  ...  It should be noted that this educational reality demands a teaching staff in tele-training or virtual classes, sometimes autonomous, reflected in more hours of work, an overload that widens the digital  ... 
doi:10.46382/mjbas.2021.5203 fatcat:yjpqmvz4tvef7hgnqya2hf35jm

Virtual Learning Centers for XXIst Century Organizations [chapter]

G. Paquette
1998 The Virtual Campus  
The Virtual Campus model is based on the networking of a diversified array of actors and resources. lts aim is to offer an access, in real time and in asynchronous mode, to a variety of learning resources  ...  A model ofthe Virtual Campus is introduced as a result of course development at Tele-universite, as weil as a product of the research conducted at its research center, LICEF.  ...  In this article, we will review the main techno-pedagogical models in distance education in order to establish the orientation principles of a virtual campus.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35352-4_2 fatcat:crgshinhgbcgbfdquhjeouuqay

Telegenetics: application of a tele-education program in genetic syndromes for Brazilian students

Luciana Paula MAXIMINO, Mirela Machado PICOLINI-PEREIRA, José Luiz Brito CARVALHO
2014 Journal of Applied Oral Science  
In the activity at a distance the educational content was presented to students by means of the Interactive Tele-education model.  ...  No statistically Conclusion: Thus, the Tele-Education Program can be used as a tool for educational purposes in genetic syndromes of other populations, in several regions of Brazil.  ...  The Young Doctor Project, contrary to what the name suggests, does not mean the young doctor, These design features of Tele-health, Interactive Tele-education and the Virtual Human Project 23 are used  ... 
doi:10.1590/1678-775720130311 pmid:25591016 pmcid:PMC4307759 fatcat:doeooniadzbwvf2pdsh3mglk5i

Page 26 of Journal of Science Education and Technology Vol. 1, Issue 1 [page]

1992 Journal of Science Education and Technology  
Implications for educational telecommunications In all educational projects, take advantage of tele- communications to speed access to new instructional materials, methods, and teacher collaboration op  ...  Educational challenges and trends Constructivist views of learn- ing are influencing design of new curricula and pedagogies, but trans- missionist assumptions are very deeply embedded in school culture  ... 

Page 33 of Education Vol. 18, Issue 10 [page]

1898 Education  
Courses in Mathematics, Science, Languages, and Pedagogy. A delightful suburban locality in New York City. School of Pedagogy, Ninth Year, Sept. 2S, 1898- May 13, 1899.  ...  Harris, Commissioner of Education, Washington, writes: “I take pletisure in placing your work in the pedagogical library of the National Bureau of Education as a reference book containing some valuable  ... 


Ivana Matović
2021 Facta Universitatis, Series: Teaching, Learning and Teacher Education  
The intention goes beyond this in a way that it shows how the enabled online intercultural communication affects the roles of language learners and teachers and move students to central position in foreign  ...  growing up in the world of rapid globalization, it is becoming clear that intercultural awareness in this process cannot be disregarded, and the language itself out of its context cannot be fully comprehended  ...  Their functions are to prepare for the central tele collaborative sessions, and to analyze the virtual collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.22190/futlte210607007m fatcat:ij3bix54qnezboeezqvcfxlu6q


Ms.Satinder Kaur.
2016 International Journal of Advanced Research  
Res. 4(9), 1509-1512 1510 Technology in Education:- In education techonology used for preparing course content, distributing content and sharing content.  ...  It makes communication possible between students, guides, teachers and the outside world. Technology is helpful for teachers for creation and delivery of lectures or student enrolments.  ...  In the last five decades higher education systems have grown tremendiously to fullfill the needs of qualitative education for all. Desire for trained workers is highly rising in the global community.  ... 
doi:10.21474/ijar01/1647 fatcat:q2x47rutfbb5dgmqjkwtvmggde


Michael Vallance
2017 International Journal on Innovations in Online Education  
This paper summarizes an educational researcher′s approach to determining the impact of active learning in disaster-themed 3D virtual worlds.  ...  In addition, by actively participating in international 3D virtual tele-collaboration challenges, which include controlling basic robots within a simulated disaster zone, quantitative metrics of students  ...  Credit is given to the metaverse designers at Reaction Grid. Gratitude to Glenn Mallon and Gabriel Campitelli for their programming expertise.  ... 
doi:10.1615/intjinnovonlineedu.v1.i1.130 fatcat:nvqz4yfo2vez3outnuwhesrxmy

Rubrics and Exemplars in Text-conferencing

Allan Zahara
2005 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
The author draws on his K-12 teaching experiences in analyzing the strengths and weaknesses of asynchronous, text-based conferencing in online education.  ...  Issues relating to Web-based versus client-driven systems in computer-mediated conferencing (CMC) are examined.  ...  Another means of adding authenticity to CMC is to include 'tele-mentors' or experts who are brought virtually into the classroom to assist student inquiry.  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v6i2.228 fatcat:rdvy2kme6zguhf4etkok47zozu
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