Preparing prospective teachers on the Web

Smith, Sean J.; Martin, Kerri F.; Lloyd, John Wills
May 1998
Teaching Exceptional Children;May/Jun98, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p60
Academic Journal
Describes the integration of the Internet and the World Wide Web (WWW) into preservice teacher education in order to expand the instructional use of technology in special education classrooms. Examples of how faculty members can instruct practicing and prospective teachers; Information on case-based teaching. INSETS: Case method and teacher education;Form-based Web activity for preservice teachers.


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