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    Title: Social Presence of Inservice Teachers in Distance Learning
    Authors: Wang, Mei-jung
    Chen, Hsueh-chu
    Contributors: National Kaohsiung University of Hospitality and Tourism
    The Hong Kong Institute of Education
    Keywords: Social presence
    Asynchronous interaction
    Distance learning
    Teacher training
    Date: 2010-06
    Issue Date: 2012-11-30 20:53:32 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺北市立教育大學人文藝術學院英語教學系
    Abstract: Currently, various innovative uses of synchronous or asynchronous learning platforms to stretch the boundaries of traditional courses have been adopted for inservice teacher training. This paper aims to report a web-based distance learning course for teachers of secondary and primary schools in remote areas in Taiwan. Fifty-eight in-service teachers who teach different subjects participated in a four-week course on English reading strategies. Three reading texts were selected. For each text, video-based instruction was provided, followed by exercises and homework. The participants were required to participate in online discussions. The participants’ social presence in the forum was investigated. Based on the findings, implications for teacher training were presented.
    Relation: 北市大語文學報
    Appears in Collections:[人文藝術學院] 北市大語文學報

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