LEARNING SCIENCE ONLINE: A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY OF ONLINE SCIENCE COURSES FOR TEACHERS

@inproceedings{AsbellClarke2019LEARNINGSO,
  title={LEARNING SCIENCE ONLINE: A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY OF ONLINE SCIENCE COURSES FOR TEACHERS},
  author={Jodi Asbell-Clarke and Elizabeth Rowe},
  year={2019}
}
Online education is a rapidly growing phenomenon for science teachers. Using a sample of 40 online science courses for teachers offered during the 2004–2005 academic year, the Learning Science Online (LSO) study examines the nature and variety of instructional methods and activities as well as communication, and students’ perceptions of supports within the course. This research is unique in that it is the first aggregate study of online science courses offered by a wide variety of educational… CONTINUE READING

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