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Pre-service perspectives on e-teaching: assessing e-teaching using the EPEC hierarchy of conditions for e-learning/ teaching competence

Posted on 24 Nov 2015 with 1 comments
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This article reports on the findings of phase two of a larger study, which examines pre-service teacher experiences engaging with a synchronous (live-time) platform as a part of their training. Qualitative interview and survey data were collected about students’ experiences using the platform, and analysed via thematic content analysis. The findings showed that students generally favoured the online e-teaching synchronous platform over in-person presentations, and the quality of online presentations was considered at least as good as in person.


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