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The Effects of a Computerized Professional Development Program on Teachers and Students with and without Disabilities in Secondary General Education Classes

Schumaker, J.B., Fisher, J.B., & Walsh, L.D. (2010). The effects of a computerized professional development program on teachers and students with and without disabilities in secondary general education classes. Learning Disability Quarterly, 33, 111-131.

Topic: Content EnhancementTopic: Professional DevelopmentTopic: Technology
Subcategory: Research
Summary: Two studies indicate a computerized Concept Comparison Routine professional development program was at least as effective as a face-to-face workshop on measures of teacher learning and student results.

 

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