mte549 | Graduate
Curriculum Const & Assmt: Distance Edu Methods For Sec Schl
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Content Delivery in Distance Education and Teacher Ethics
- Compare distance education to traditional classroom delivery and instruction.
- Analyze issues related to copyright law in a distance education environment.
- Critique a distance learning course for sound implementation of distance education principles.
- Describe the components of an effective distance education course.
- Identify teaching strategies that promote effective student learning in a distance education environment.
Student Assessment and Program Evaluation in Distance Education
- Analyze traditional and alternative assessment techniques that are viable in evaluating distance education learning outcomes.
- Design a Web site that could be used in a distance education course.
- Evaluate a distance education delivery system.
History and Technologies of Distance Education
- Develop a definition of distance education.
- Outline the general history of distance education from correspondence study to the use of electronic communications media.
- Compare and contrast the technologies used to deliver distance education.
- Identify the impact that distance education has on student learning and secondary education.
Distance Education Learners and Learner Issues
- Summarize research on distance learner profiles.
- Describe how to accommodate various learning styles in distance education.
- Examine issues related to plagiarism and academic dishonesty in a distance education environment.
- Participate in an interactive, online learning community.
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