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Jordan, LuAnn; Smith, Sean; Dillon, Ann S.; Algozzine, Bob; Beattie, John; Spooner, Fred; Fisher, Ashlee L. – Teacher Education and Special Education, 2004
Attention Deficit Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD) create concerns in public education and in teacher education programs. Because of continuous advances in technology, distance learning is a viable option for delivering coursework to preservice and inservice teacher education students challenged by geography, time…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Special Education Teachers, Public Education, Online Courses
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Spooner, Fred – Teacher Education and Special Education, 2001
This article introduces the following two articles and discusses the challenges of integrating educational technology in teacher education programs, the stress and frustration of using educational technology, and the need to remember the value added in teaching, research, and providing services using technology enhancements in teacher education…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Uses in Education, Disabilities, Educational Technology
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Spooner, Fred – Teacher Education and Special Education, 1999
This introductory article discusses technology-mediated education and instruction by exploring professional issues and distance education courses. It also summarizes the articles that follow on multimedia and distance learning technologies, a successful faculty technology training effort, and a technology effort to deliver courses off-campus. (CR)
Descriptors: Disabilities, Distance Education, Educational Technology, Higher Education
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Spooner, Fred; Spooner, Melba; Algozzine, Bob; Jordan, LuAnn – Teacher Education and Special Education, 1998
Addresses the promises, practices, and pitfalls of distance education for training additional special-education teachers. A table summarizes current distance-learning practices broken down into use of either asynchronous technology or synchronous technology. Advantages (such as fewer teachers reaching more students and low cost instruction) and…
Descriptors: Disabilities, Distance Education, Educational Practices, Educational Technology