Whether you teach in the Goodacre Elementary School or Stanford University, in this book you will find examples of interactive television (ITV) instruction that apply to your situation. In an informal style, the authors help you to use the technology, not only to think about it. This volume is a practical guide to teaching over ITV. It uses a combination of research into 'state-of-the-art' distance education and the results of many years of travel into the large, and sometimes uncharted, realm of educational interactive television.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Setting the Stage Chapter 2 Taking Care of Operational Issues Chapter 3 What to Teach and How to Teach It Chapter 4 Getting Ready Chapter 5 So Far and Yet So Near: Strategies to Decrease Distance Chapter 6 Presentation with a Punch Chapter 7 Making Evaluation Work for You Chapter 8 That's What It's All About: Chapter Summaries Chapter 9 Appendixes Chapter 10 Glossary Chapter 11 Index