Published January 1997
by American Center for the Study of Distance Edu .
Written in English
|Contributions||Michael G. Moore (Editor), Margaret A. Koble (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||137|
Distance Education Resources for K Teachers With widespread school closures surrounding the COVID pandemic, teachers everywhere are facing the challenge of teaching themselves and their students how to navigate remote learning. Co-Published with the Microsoft Corporation Online, Blended and Distance Education in Schools provides students enrolled in Education Technology, Educational Administration and related Masters and PhD programs with expert opinions and insights on the practice and policy in K online, blended and distance education, online and blended programs, including curriculum, instruction, technology. College enrollment in distance education courses skyrocketed from , in to over 3 million for the - academic year. By the fall of , million students were enrolled in a minimum of one online course each. K Education Online K education courses focus on the educational assessments and evaluations of students in grade school. These distance education programs offer students courses that cover issues in K education such as, effective and best teaching practices, research methods, and curriculum assessment.
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The proposed book is designed to meet these needs by providing advice through chapters contributed by experienced practitioners and experts in the , Blended and Distance Education in Schools: Building Successful Programs provides expert opinions and insights on the practice and policy regarding K distance, online and blended. Get this from a library! K distance education: learning, instruction, and teacher training. [Michael G Moore; Margaret A Koble;]. This review provides a comprehensive examination of the literature surrounding the current state of K distance education. The growth in K–12 distance education follows in the footsteps of expanded learning opportunities at all levels of public education Cited by: courses by distance education actually outperformed their student counterparts in traditionally instructed courses.3 Clearly, distance education is here to stay as a form of instruction and its proliferation continues to change the landscape of higher education. One definition of distance education, from as far back as , depicted the use of.