A Comparison of Student Learning in Online vs. On-ground "Technology in the Classroom" Course

By John Wm (Jay) Sanders.

Published by The Technology Collection

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A study comparing knowledge gained by pre-service teachers in computer-skills and teaching methodology. Online vs. in-class learning modes are studied in the "Technology in the Classroom" Tennessee teacher certification course.

Keywords: Online learning, Online vs. in-class Instruction, Technology in the Classroom Course

International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 1, Issue 7, pp.109-114. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1009.681KB).

Dr. John Wm (Jay) Sanders

I have been teaching graduate and undergraduate teacher certification courses at MTSU for 12 years after careers in financial institutions and real estate appraising. Recent awards: 2003 Tennessee Board of Regents "Innovation Award Winner" Distance Education, 2001 Outstanding Achievement in Instructional Technology Award(MTSU), and 1999 Tennessee Board of Regents "Innovations Award Winner. I have been teaching online courses since 1996 and served on the Tennessee Board of Regents Online Degree Program startup committee. and served as the chair of the university's Academic Computing Committee. Recent publications include: "Rural, Small-Size, High-Poverty Schools in Tennessee Outperformed Other High-Poverty Schools Based on Student Reading and Math TVAAS Scores," "Using Computer-Aided-Technology and Self-Paced Learning to Increase Spanish I Scores in Middle Tennessee High School," and "Problems and Solutions for Teaching Technology Online." Current research projects include a study of higher-education funding in Tennessee since the filing of the federal discrimination (Geier) in 1968 through 2003.


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