A major challenge of university faculty and adjunct members in teacher education is the logistics of scheduling and observing remote field experience evaluations of candidates. According to National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers (NETS.T) (2003), observations require an investment of time, scheduling logistics, and trained professionals to observe and analyze evaluation data. The authors of NETS.T (2003) state, “Put another way, observation opportunities are precious and should be designed to make every moment count” (p. 112). Technology, particularly in the form of videoconferencing, is being used to develop and improve the level of communication when observing and evaluating candidates. This mode of delivery is helping to bridge the three themes of transforming identity, collegial relationships, and cultural responsiveness.
Danner-Kuhn, Cyndi; Jacobs, Sue; and Walizer, Beth
"The Effectiveness of Face-to-Face vs. Web Camera,"
Academic Leadership: The Online Journal: Vol. 5
, Article 17.
Available at: https://scholars.fhsu.edu/alj/vol5/iss3/17