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This is the eighth in a series of blog posts written by Michigan Virtual’s Regional Mentor Leaders to bring to life what mentors do to build and maintain a supportive online learner environment to help students be successful. If you are a mentor and would like to share a strategy, a success story, or another topic that illustrates how you support students, please email mvlri@michiganvirtual.org.

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Business People Analyzing Statistics Business Documents, Financial Concept
Business People Analyzing Statistics Business Documents, Financial Concept

In the second part of this two-part blog series (part one can be viewed here), we continue sharing the action research carried out by Michigan Virtual teachers as part of their involvement in the teacher professional learning community. Kevin Santer AP Computer Science A, Semester 2 This course is the second semester of… Read more

Business People Analyzing Statistics Business Documents, Financial Concept
Business People Analyzing Statistics Business Documents, Financial Concept

Introduction Throughout the 2016-2017 academic year, the instructional design and Michigan Virtual Learning Research Institute (MVLRI) staff at Michigan Virtual recorded in-depth analytics data to monitor how students engaged with instructional content within two Michigan Virtual School courses. The result of that work has been previously summarized in these two blog posts: Understanding… Read more

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Human chain paper with light and shadow on wood table
Human chain paper with light and shadow on wood table

This is the seventh in a series of blog posts written by Michigan Virtual’s Regional Mentor Leaders to bring to life what mentors do to build and maintain a supportive online learner environment to help students be successful. If you are a mentor and would like to share a strategy, a success story, or another topic that illustrates how you support students, please email mvlri@michiganvirtual.org.

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This is the sixth in a series of blog posts written by Michigan Virtual’s Regional Mentor Leaders to bring to life what mentors do to build and maintain a supportive online learner environment to help students be successful. If you are a mentor and would like to share a strategy, a success story, or another topic that illustrates how you support students, please email mvlri@michiganvirtual.org.

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  This episode is part of our series documenting the Fuse Architect Project, a collaboration between the Nellie Mae Education Foundation, the Highlander Institute, and several other Rhode Island-based stakeholders endeavoring to design and pilot systems that promote student-centered learning. In this episode, we’re talking with Nick Vockerodt, Fuse Architect Project Manager at… Read more

“Our students are really working in the iCreate Lab already, and it’s exciting to see.” Given what is happening on a national and international level, the students have decided that there’s been all this controversy around Civil War memorials. So they’re interviewing professors from Brown and Boston University regarding it. They’re also studying… Read more

“We are a little overwhelmed by all of the Fuse Architect meetings with all of the groups involved. We have a lot of initiatives going at the same time, and a lot that is changing in our day-to-day work because of it. The work of Fuse Architect definitely has had a ripple effect… Read more

In late 2017, we had the opportunity to catch up with the Barrington High School teachers. They had so much to say about their work in the iCreate Space, a maker space that was set up as part of the Fuse Architect project. They can see excitement rising outside of the core Fuse… Read more

We heard from Rob Young recently the P-TECH High School Director in Newport, Rhode Island, who shared more about their experience in the Fuse Architect project. “I can speak the language.” Because I had a role to play in Fuse RI as a Fuse Fellow, this work resonates with me. I have my… Read more

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