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By Yu-Chun Kuo Rowan University The use of educational technology appears to be a method to prevent students from leaving school (Harper & Boggan, 2011; Reimer & Smink, 2005; Roblyer, 2006; Smith, Clark, & Blomeyer, 2005). Fully online… Read more

A University of Maine doctoral candidate is seeking research participants for a Skype/Zoom/Hangout based study concerning high school teachers’ experiences in both the brick-and-mortar and virtual classrooms. The study is entitled, “A Multiple Case Study of Secondary School Teachers’… Read more

I taught English language arts, reading, and English as a Second language classes in a junior high for almost 10 years. In that time, I became really interested in how teachers decide not just what to teach, but what… Read more

By Cynthia Clark Doctoral Candidate, University of Nevada, Las Vegas Findings from dissertation study, February 22, 2016 In order for deep learning to occur in online secondary science courses, effective methods for inquiry must be developed so that students… Read more

By Dr. Jered Borup Introduction and Background Learning online can be especially challenging for many students because they need to master the content while they simultaneously develop the knowledge and skills required to learn online (Lowes & Lin, 2015)…. Read more

As the implementation of blended learning environments grows, educators and decision-makers are increasingly asking what works, or what will work for their students. Blended learning is defined here as the integration of in-person learning and technology. The existing research… Read more

This is Part III in Scout from University of California’s three-part series, Gradebook analysis with R. If you missed Part I or Part II, click here for Part I and here for Part II In Parts I and II… Read more

This is Part II in Scout from University of California’s three-part series, Gradebook analysis with R. If you missed Part I, read it here. You can also read Part III here. In Part I, we worked through loading, cleaning,… Read more

This is Part I in Scout from University of California’s three-part series, Gradebook Analysis with R. You can read Part II here, and Part III here. Gradebooks are rich sources of information. Hidden among the test, quiz and homework… Read more

Michigan Virtual partnered with Quality Matters (QM) to offer free professional development opportunities across Michigan that focus on ensuring quality in online learning. QM, a leader in online course quality assurance, has developed a rubric that integrates existing national standards… Read more

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