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Dieker, Lisa A.; Rodriguez, Jacqueline A.; Lignugaris/Kraft, Benjamin; Hynes, Michael C.; Hughes, Charles E. – Teacher Education and Special Education, 2014
The future of virtual environments is evident in many fields but is just emerging in the field of teacher education. In this article, the authors provide a summary of the evolution of simulation in the field of teacher education and three factors that need to be considered as these environments further develop. The authors provide a specific…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Virtual Classrooms, Simulated Environment, Electronic Learning
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Forbush, David E.; Stenhoff, Donald M.; Vasquez, Eleazor, III; Furzland, Mathew; Alexander, Melina; Stein, Jared – Teacher Education and Special Education, 2007
Special education teacher preparation programs typically require training in delivery of standardized achievement assessments. Appropriate administration of standardized assessments in eligibility and instructional planning process are critical. To insure production of valid assessments, pre-service teachers at Utah State University must deliver a…
Descriptors: Instructional Development, Distance Education, Achievement Tests, Special Education Teachers
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Rose, Tessie E.; McDonnell, John; Ellis, Gary – Teacher Education and Special Education, 2007
This study investigated (a) variables that predict amount of time students with severe disabilities spend in leisure and physical activity education and (b) teacher beliefs about provision of these services. Participants included 35 secondary special education teachers and 170 students with severe disabilities. Findings suggest that special…
Descriptors: Leisure Education, Physical Activities, Special Education Teachers, Special Education
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Falconer, Karin Binner; Lignugaris/Kraft, Benjamin – Teacher Education and Special Education, 2002
The purpose of this inquiry was to describe the benefits and limitations of using two-way audio/video conferencing technology in a preservice teacher training program located in a remote area. Two-way conferencing technology was introduced on a trial basis to assist in the supervision of practicum students and student teachers in remote university…
Descriptors: Student Teachers, Rural Areas, Feedback (Response), Teleconferencing