Editor: Aaron Samuel Zimmerman
Contributing author: Nicole Fletcher, Audrey Meador
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Nicole Fletcher (with Audrey Meador) is a contributing author, "Preparing for an Effective Mathematics Teaching Practice Online: The Case for Virtual Number Talks," Chapter 10 pp. 203-228.
The possibilities of the virtual age can provide many valuable resources and opportunities for teachers, preservice teachers, and teacher educators. However, in order to utilize these resources responsibly and productively, the researchers and practitioners of teaching and teacher education must better understand the new potentials and pitfalls related to teaching and learning that are present within the virtual age.
The Handbook of Research on Advancing Teaching and Teacher Education in the Context of a Virtual Age focuses on the recent innovations in teaching and teacher educations as well as innovations in the curriculum and pedagogy of teacher education. It deepens discussions related to how teacher education can address educational possibilities within this digital age. Covering topics such as learning material adaptation, teacher talent pipelines, and metaverse, this major reference work is a comprehensive resource for administrators and educators of both K-12 and higher education, teacher educators, pre-service teachers, government officials, librarians, researchers, and academicians.
Zimmerman, Aaron Samuel, ed. Handbook of Research on Advancing Teaching and Teacher Education in the Context of a Virtual Age. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 2023.
Zimmerman, Aaron Samuel; Fletcher, Nicole; and Meador, Audrey, "Handbook of Research on Advancing Teaching and Teacher Education in the Context of a Virtual Age" (2022). School of Education and Human Development Faculty Book and Media Gallery. 70.