• Psychology
  • Published 2013

Virtual High School Teacher and Student Reactions to the Social Presence Model.

@inproceedings{Dikkers2013VirtualHS,
  title={Virtual High School Teacher and Student Reactions to the Social Presence Model.},
  author={Amy Garrett Dikkers and Aimee L. Whiteside and Somer Lewis},
  year={2013}
}
Using the Social Presence Model (SPM), the authors explore the teacher and student experience at the North Carolina Virtual Public School (NCVPS), the largest public online secondary school where teachers design and develop the curriculum. Through a series of surveys, focus groups, and interviews, this two-year mixed methods study investigates the concept of social presence through the SPM. The overall findings suggest that teachers value all five elements of the SPM and see it as an important… CONTINUE READING

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