Designing Innovative Teacher Preparation Learning Environments: An Analytical Framework for Assessing Multi-Learner Needs

ID: 28168 Type: Brief Paper
  1. Anika Anthony, Belinda Gimbert, Hussam Kashou, and Rebecca Parker, The Ohio State University, United States

Friday, April 2 3:25-3:45 PM Location: Nautilus 4

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Abstract: This paper explores how multiple entities intersect with, and in many ways, inform teacher preparation efforts. Drawing on a cross-section of literatures in teacher education and instructional design, this paper takes an interdisciplinary approach by offering an analytical framework for conducting a needs assessment and evaluating a teacher preparation technology-rich learning environment. Such a framework may serve as a useful reference for teams of researchers and practitioners engaged in the all-important work of designing innovative teacher education solutions. This paper also discusses how the analytical framework was used to inform the evaluation of a teacher preparation blended learning environment.


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