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Book Chapter

Department/Program

Education

Publication Date

6-2021

Book Title

International Beliefs and Practices that Characterize Teacher Effectiveness

Publisher

IGI Global

Editor

L. Grant, J. Stronge, & X. Xu (Eds.)

City

Hershey, PA

First Page

275

Last Page

303

DOI

10.4018/978-1-7998-7908-4.ch011

Abstract

This synthesis of relevant research and practice publications examines, explains, and illustrates the fivefold hallmarks of effective online teaching in K-12 learning contexts. These attributes of online K-12 teaching excellence include technologically-informed pedagogical content knowledge, or TP(A)CK; student-focused, curriculum-based, contextually-sensitive pedagogical practice; awareness and astute implementation of current online teaching standards; and demonstrated teacher presence, caring, and engagement online. All of these aspects of effective online teaching combine to catalyze and support engaged, communal, and digitally responsible student learning online. The authors acknowledge that the empirical literature base for effective online teaching in K-12 learning contexts, while growing, is still sparse, with considerably more research having been completed and reported to date in higher education.

ISBN

ISBN13: 9781799879084|ISBN10: 1799879089|EISBN13: 9781799879107|ISBN13 Softcover: 9781799879091

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Beyond Borders: Hallmarks of Effective K-12 Teaching Online

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