Re-creating Graduate Teacher Education Classrooms: Multiple Technology Formats and Collaborating Instructors
Secondary and Middle Grades Education
This paper describes a teaching experiment investigating the impact of using multiple teaching strategies and innovating while teaching collaboratively. The objective of this study was to examine the use of collaboration in trying a combination of face-to-face meetings, web courseware, and interactive two-way video in a graduate course. The major finding from interview data, surveys, courseware records, and instructor journals was the value of combining technology is synergistic if a sense of community is be established and if instructors understand and capitalize on the strengths of each technology. The secondary finding was the power of collaborative teaching as a means of professional development for both instructors.
Stallings, L. L., & Koellner-Clark, K. (2003). Re-creating graduate teacher education classrooms: Multiple technology formats and collaborating instructors. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 11(4), 501-514.