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Capturing Success! Using Remote Observation Technology for Teacher Candidate Supervision: What Does the Research Say?
American Council on Rural Special Education
  • Tina M. Hudson, East Tennessee State University
  • Cathy Galyon Keramidas, East Tennessee State University
  • Lori J. Marks, East Tennessee State University
Document Type
Conference Proceeding
Publication Date
3-18-2015
Date Range
03/18/2015-03/21/2015
Description

Excerpt: In response to the shortage of special education teachers in rural areas, many teacher preparation programs are providing supervision to pre-service teachers via distance education technologies.

Location
New Orleans, LA
Copyright Statement

© American Council on Rural Special Education. This document was published with permission by the American Council on Rural Special Education. It was originally published in the Proceedings from ACRES American Council on Rural Special Education.

Citation Information
Tina M. Hudson, Cathy Galyon Keramidas and Lori J. Marks. "Capturing Success! Using Remote Observation Technology for Teacher Candidate Supervision: What Does the Research Say?" American Council on Rural Special Education (2015)
Available at: http://0-works.bepress.com.library.simmons.edu/lori-marks/21/