What is Videoconferencing?
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Category Archives: Research Questions
Yesterday we began this little journey of examining results from a little survey I did last May. Review the previous post for more information on the survey. Today, let’s look at the companion question: Please identify three to five negative … Continue reading
Last May (2008), I asked twenty of my teachers who used VC most often to complete a little survey. This is the beginning of sharing the results. Each teacher had used videoconferencing at least 6 times in the school year, … Continue reading
I like to see what search terms people type in that get to my blog. Often I learn about new resources and tools that way. For example, someone found my blog with the search “k12 videoconference learning theory” so I … Continue reading
Do you think that videoconferencing benefits student motivation and discipline? This would make a great research question. But here’s an anecdote from a teacher who participated in ASK: Night of the Twisters with Region 12’s weather guy, Rusty. The kids … Continue reading
Keefe, D. D. (2003). A Case Study of the Integration of a Video Learning Center at an Elementary School. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA. Author: David D. Keefe. Title of article: A Case Study of the Integration of a Video … Continue reading
Over lunch today I read an article on Overcoming Underachievement in Edutopia. In a nutshell, the study showed that a simple 15 minute writing exercise where minority students wrote about attributes “they value, such as relationships with friends or being … Continue reading