The golden rule and the ten commandments of teleteaching: harnessing the power of technology in education

@article{Aiken1997TheGR,
  title={The golden rule and the ten commandments of teleteaching: harnessing the power of technology in education},
  author={Robert M. Aiken and Jyotsna N. Aditya},
  journal={Education and Information Technologies},
  year={1997},
  volume={2},
  pages={5-15}
}
Few will disagree that ‘teleteaching’ or teaching using computers and telecommunications technology is becoming increasingly popular among educators. There is much more uncertainty, however, about whether technology is as effective a mode of teaching as its proponents claim. This hesitation in endorsing technology is undoubtedly a result of the inconclusive results of teaching experiments using technology with out an adequate pedagogical base. This paper proposes guidelines for the effective… CONTINUE READING
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