First, the alert for virtual schools.
TI- Professional Development Strategies and Recommendations for High School Teachers to Teach Computer Science Online.
AU- Martin, Florence1
AU- Shanley, Nicole2
AU- Hite, Nicole2
AU- Pugalee, David2
AU- Perez-Quinones, Manuel2
AU- Ahlgrim-Delzell, Lynn2
AU- Hart, Ellen3
JN- Computers in the Schools
PD- Apr-Jun2023, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p133-151
AB- Based on a current Research to Practice Partnership (RPP) between a southeastern public university and a state virtual public school in the United States, ten high school teachers from a virtual school who teach Computer Science (CS) online participated in a summer workshop to collaborate through a participatory action research project regarding design, facilitation, and evaluation strategies to be included in effective professional development. The questions were posed through an online collaborative Jamboard during the summer workshop. The teacher posts were qualitatively analyzed to identify common themes. Recommendations for professional development on design included CS content, how to teach CS, and CS tools and activities. For facilitation, they recommended resources for supplemental instruction and feedback tools for providing feedback in various modalities and a tool repository. For assessment, they recommended content knowledge assessments, including lab assignments, single and pair programming, and coding assessments. Overall recommendations for a professional development course to teach CS online were also offered. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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KW- computer science online
KW- teacher knowledge and skills
KW- Teacher professional development
KW- teacher recommendations
AD- 1North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
AD- 2University of North Carolina Charlotte, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
AD- 3North Carolina Virtual Public School, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
Next, I received the alert for cyber schools, but there were no relevant items.
Finally, I also did not receive the alert for K-12 online learning.
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