Report on the Beaver County (Oklahoma) Interactive Video Teaching Program
Using funding from the NSW Principals' Council and the Griffith District School and Principals' Development Program, I was able to undertake a study visit of the above program from Monday 7 to Friday 11 October 1996. The purpose of the visit was to study the Interactive Video Teaching cooperative which had been developed over a period of ten years in the Beaver County area of the Oklahoma panhandle.
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