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Kay Gallagher; Anna Dillon – Issues in Educational Research, 2023
Within an accreditation-based approach to quality assurance in higher education, a site visit to an applicant's institution by an accrediting body is the culmination of the evidence-gathering phase of the accreditation process. During the site visit, accreditation representatives conduct standards-related observations and interviews with the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Education, Accreditation (Institutions), Videoconferencing
Aaron J. Fischer; Bradley S. Bloomfield – APA Books, 2024
This practical guide to teleconsulting for school psychology professionals demonstrates how rapid advances in the field can help them expand support for educators, administrators, students, and their families by providing online access to consulting services. As schools adapt to teaching in the era of COVID and beyond, educators and school…
Descriptors: School Psychology, Teleconferencing, School Psychologists, Videoconferencing
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Sull, Errol Craig – Distance Learning, 2023
In this "Distance Learning" Special Issue, Errol Craig Sull introduces the "Try This" series of articles to assist with Becoming a Better Distance Learning Instructor. Sull notes, many folks who teach online have the opportunity to give a live webinar to colleagues and/or students. This is a great way, of course, to help fellow…
Descriptors: Videoconferencing, Seminars, Distance Education, Teaching Skills
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Elvis Tamale; Irene Atuhairwe; Arnold Ssemwogerere; Brian Muhimbura; Lorna Atimango; Paddy Derrick Malinga; Jonathan Mulungi; Joseph Ssekitto; Josephine Naigaga; Timothy Mwanje Kintu; Kiran Mitha Masood; Victor Ohuruogu; Joseph Ngonzi – Discover Education, 2024
Background: Mentoring involves the informal conveyance of knowledge, social capital, and support, as perceived by the recipient to be pertinent to aspects of work, career, and personal or professional development. Students pursuing health-related courses need access to mentorship and its benefits during their formative academic and career states.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Mentors, Medical Students, Medical Education
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Puguh Karyanto; Aris Nur Rohman – Journal of Biological Education Indonesia (Jurnal Pendidikan Biologi Indonesia), 2024
Without the ability to analyze their own learning (metacognition), students can find it difficult to manage their educational journey. The good news is, future learning environments on online platforms offer innovative ways to develop these skills, even for those who are digital natives. This study aims to ascertain the effectiveness of online…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Electronic Learning, Web Sites, Hypermedia
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Hoffman, Daniel L.; Paek, Seungoh; Ho, Curtis P.; Kimura, Bert Y. – TechTrends: Linking Research and Practice to Improve Learning, 2021
While many academic conferences are transitioning to online events, this article aims to share several strategies used by the organizers of a well-established online-only conference. The Teaching, Colleges, and Community (TCC) Worldwide Online Conference recently celebrated its 25th anniversary. After a brief review of TCC's history, four…
Descriptors: Conferences (Gatherings), Videoconferencing, Best Practices, Internet
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Rice, William L. – Schole: A Journal of Leisure Studies and Recreation Education, 2023
Through recognizing that teleconferencing platforms--such as Zoom--were not created to serve as virtual classrooms, but rather to host virtual meetings, I created a semester-long mock stakeholder meeting project for my Recreation Planning class in hopes of harnessing the unique strengths of a platform designed for meeting purposes. This brief…
Descriptors: Videoconferencing, Stakeholders, Meetings, COVID-19
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Belt, Eric S.; Lowenthal, Patrick R. – Education and Information Technologies, 2023
Historically, online instructors have primarily, if not solely, used asynchronous text-based communication to interact and communicate with students in online courses. However, despite this use, online instructors and students have expressed concerns and limitations with asynchronous communication. Research suggests that synchronous communication…
Descriptors: Synchronous Communication, Videoconferencing, Telecommunications, Electronic Learning
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McGarry, Kacie M.; Kelley, Michael E.; Sloman, Kimberly N.; Albert, Kristin M. – Journal of Behavioral Education, 2023
Previous studies have supported the use of trial-based functional analysis performed by teachers in classroom settings. This study aimed to determine the efficacy of training technicians to conduct trial-based functional analyses via telehealth. Telehealth-based training was effective for producing high-integrity implementation by technicians.…
Descriptors: Videoconferencing, Access to Health Care, Medicine, Telecommunications
Cortney Michelle Spriggs – ProQuest LLC, 2023
The problem addressed in this study was the advantages and disadvantages that families enrolled in an early intervention (EI) program experienced as they transitioned from in-person EI coaching sessions to teleintervention EI coaching sessions. This qualitative inquiry narrative study explored the perceptions of the challenges of families enrolled…
Descriptors: Early Intervention, Family Involvement, Telecommunications, Videoconferencing
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Lange, Aurelie M. C.; Humayun, Sajid; Jefford, Tom – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2023
Background: Due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic, mental health care has largely transferred its services to online platforms, using videoconferencing (VC) or teletherapy. Within the field of family therapy, however, there is little evidence on the feasibility of using VC, especially when working with whole families at the edge of care. Objective:…
Descriptors: Family Counseling, Adolescents, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Buttler, Timothy; Scheurer, Jacob – Perspectives in Education, 2023
Due to the emergence of Covid-19, many educators moved from a face-to-face teaching environment to an online microteaching setting using Zoom. This study explores pre-service teachers' perspectives on microteaching within Zoom's breakout rooms. The authors approached this study from a positivist-postpositivist perspective employing a mixed-methods…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Preservice Teachers, Videoconferencing, Microteaching
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McWilliams, Claire; Legg, Eric – Schole: A Journal of Leisure Studies and Recreation Education, 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent teaching adaptions highlighted issues of equitable student access. Resulting pivots in response to the pandemic, however, offer opportunities to adapt pandemic related pivots to traditional learning environments in ways that will increase student access. This brief manuscript highlights different ways students…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Social Capital, Educational Technology
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Santoro, Stephanie L.; Cabrera, Maria J.; Haugen, Kelsey; Krell, Kavita; Merker, Vanessa L. – Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 2023
Background: Down syndrome has a unique medical and psychological profile. To date, few studies have asked individuals with Down syndrome about their views of health. Methods: Eight focus groups of 20 parents and 8 individuals with Down syndrome, were conducted virtually via videoconferencing to obtain participants' views of health indicators.…
Descriptors: Down Syndrome, Parents, Attitudes, Physical Health
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Gibson, Heather J.; Tavares, Karen – Schole: A Journal of Leisure Studies and Recreation Education, 2023
In an attempt to maintain social connection with a large lecture-style class, this teaching case describes how we used the Zoom Break-out Room function to run live discussion groups during fall 2020. Using a combination of Google Docs, Canvas, and Zoom one instructor and one TA describe how they managed to run discussions on contemporary tourism…
Descriptors: Videoconferencing, Discussion Groups, Electronic Learning, Tourism
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