Technology Integration in Teaching Action Research

Ostorga, Alcione N.
June 2010
International Journal of Instructional Media;2010, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p131
Academic Journal
This article describes an instructional model designed to teach action research to undergraduate preservice teachers, which uses technology integration to facilitate the learning process that incorporates face to face and distance learning methods. First, a theoretical overview of the instructional design is provided then the instructional model is described. The course design is analyzed through the use of Moore's levels of interaction. Finally, the author discusses the conclusions and implications for future research.


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