Accessible Elements Teaching Science Online and at a Distance

Kennepohl, Dietmar and Shaw, Lawton, eds. (2010) Accessible Elements Teaching Science Online and at a Distance. [Teaching/Learning Resource]

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The book provides the global perspective, the editors having
searched globally for their contributors — as indeed in such a neglected area they would have to. Thus, while the majority of contributions come from their own Athabasca University and Australia’s Monash University, these are complemented by experiences from other North American universities, from Israel, Bangladesh, the University of South Pacific, and the United Kingdom. Represented here are physicists, biologists, and chemists, an astronomer, a microbiologist, and a geographer, among others. All of course, are engaged in teaching their subjects, but — and this is the core strength of the book in my opinion — they have been well complemented with a team of educational scientists, people who I am fairly sure are like me in knowing little or nothing about biology, chemistry, or physics, but who know quite a lot about how people learn ....

Item Type: Teaching/Learning Resource
Program: Teaching Science Online and at a Distance
Learning outcomes: To engaging every student who wants to learn and give new opportunities
Access: Open
Uncontrolled Keywords: Distance Education, Online Education, Science
Subjects: Technology-Enabled Learning
Teaching Pedagogies
Curriculum Level: Teacher Training
Depositing User: COL Staff
Date Deposited: 20 Feb 2021 07:43
Last Modified: 27 Mar 2022 08:24

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