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    Title: The Internet Learning Forum: Developing a community prototype for teachers of the 21st century
    Authors: 招靜琪
    Chao, Chin-chi
    Contributors: 英文系
    Keywords: Community of practice;online community;professional development;Internet;multimedia;reflective teaching;teacher education;instructional systems;educational innovation
    Date: 2001
    Issue Date: 2010-10-06 10:39:22 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Reports on a project using the World Wide Web for the professional development of teachers. Discussion on how the Web and video technologies contribute to the professional development of teachers; Information on the Internet Learning Forum, a Web site developed to support mathematics and science teachers; Implications for other Web-based efforts supporting teachers' professional development.
    This paper reports an effort to create a community of
    practice for teachers’ professional development via the World Wide
    Web. Beginning with a discussion of our theoretical foundations and
    current online models of professional development, we address the problem
    of how developing Web and video technologies may provide innovative
    and effective professional development for teachers. We describe
    the initial conceptions of the Internet Learning Forum (ILF), a Web site developed to support mathematics and science teachers sharing and
    evolving their pedagogical practices. This site includes exemplary instructional
    units, teachers’ reflections, and peer discussion. Starting with
    video, ILF participants examine assumptions, reflect on practices, and share
    within the ILF community. The goal of this unique community of practice is
    to create quality professional development. While this paper provides an
    overview of our initial design work, the site has evolved into a nationally
    funded project. However, the work described here, which guided the development
    of the prototype, has important implications for other Web-based efforts
    to support teacher professional development.
    Relation: Computers in the Schools, 17(3/4), 107-126
    Data Type: article
    Appears in Collections:[英國語文學系] 期刊論文

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