A Teacher's Guide to Videoconferencing - How to Plan, Produce, Present, Manage, and Assess a Distance Learning Class

This Teacher's Guide from 2000 is a text-based web site which gives "information and advice regarding one particular model of distance learning, the delivery of full courses. It also assumes that the environment for course presentation includes . . .

* multiple receiving sites
* full classes of students at those sites
* room-size videoconferencing equipment and facilities at the sending and receiving sites
* certified teaching staff present at all sites with the student groups

Other important instructional uses of videoconferencing NOT directly addressed here include supplementing classroom instruction, connecting students to outside experts, promoting cultural interaction and comparisons, collaborative student projects at a distance, and providing remote support for students with special needs."

Table of contents: 

TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Preface
- Introduction
- Planning
- Production
- Presentation
- Classroom Management
- Interaction
- Assessment

APPENDICES
- Glossary
- Sample Assignment for "An Arctic Year" Web Site
- Videoconferencing Resources

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by Susan Mason and Mike Davis, edited by Gary Graves and Kirk deFord, Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory

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2000

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