Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Videoconferencing; Computer literacy--Study and teaching (Elementary); Technological literacy; Teleconferencing;
The purpose of this literature review is to examine the effectiveness of videoconferencing on elementary students' literacy learning process. Over thirty peer-reviewed journal articles published within the last ten years are critically analyzed and evaluated. The findings suggest that videoconferencing can embrace elementary students' literacy learning by motivating them to learn, engaging them in diverse activities for collaboration, and enhancing their communication skills development and academic achievement, if appropriate and meaningful learning and teaching strategies are adopted. This review also identifies benefits of using videoconferencing for teacher professional development.
Date of Award
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
1 PDF file (iv, 30 pages)
©2014 Heather A. Klenke
Klenke, Heather A., "The effects of interactive videoconferencing on elementary literacy : collaborative learning environment" (2014). Graduate Research Papers. 192.