“ Blending ” Technology and Effective Pedagogy in a Core Course for Preservice Teachers

@inproceedings{Parker2007B,
  title={“ Blending ” Technology and Effective Pedagogy in a Core Course for Preservice Teachers},
  author={David R. Parker and Linda E. Robinson and Robert D. Hannafin},
  year={2007}
}
An instructional team at a public university redesigned a large “core” course in special education required of all undergraduates in a teacher education program. The new design, which blended online instruction with face-toface meetings, operationalized key principles from Adult Learning theories and Universal Design for Instruction. Students’ online interactions as well as their comments and scores on the final course evaluation reflected high degrees of satisfaction with the new delivery… CONTINUE READING

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