March 2010
International Journal of Instructional Media;2010, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p33
Academic Journal
As part of a reading/literacy methods course, online video case studies were integrated into the curriculum to provide teacher education students with examples of the successful implementation of literacy principles by in-service teachers. Students in this course completed pre and post technology skills, use and efficacy surveys. Data was also collected from the course instructor regarding the issues and concerns of integrating this new technology into her course. Results and implications will be discussed.


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