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This session presented findings from a study investigating the relationship between students’ achievement and their attitudes in a self-paced blended mathematics course. Presenter Dr. Phoebe Balentyne, Northern Illinois University

This session highlighted findings from a study investigating student pacing and engagement in online Algebra I courses, including the difficulties posed and opportunities provided by online course flexibility.

This session shared findings from a narrative inquiry that explored various aspects of presence in a blended middle school classroom, helping to inform the preparation and support of blended teachers in K-12 settings.

This session focused on the opportunities afforded by participating in professional learning workshops from Quality Matters, a nationally recognized organization ensuring quality in online courses.

Representatives from MVLRI discuss analysis and findings on a wealth of data collected for this annual report on virtual learning in Michigan.

This webinar session highlights findings of a study on teachers implementing blended learning in Michigan and building their own professional learning networks to improve their practice.

This session will highlight findings from a study investigating student pacing and engagement in online Algebra I courses, including the difficulties posed and opportunities provided by online course flexibility.

This session touches on four dimensions of a successful virtual community: the online persona and virtual classroom, the synchronous session, giving meaningful feedback and the encouragement of student engagement.

This episode is the first of a series that MVLRI is undertaking to explore the use of online learning for credit recovery here in the state of Michigan. In our first episode of the series, we’re talking with Dallas Bell, the co-founder of Success Virtual Learning Centers, originally based in Berrien Springs and Escanaba, Michigan. Dallas paints a picture for us on how at-risk students attend school through SVLC and receive both instructional and personal support in their journeys toward a high school diploma.

Our research fellow Dennis Beck will present an overview of the research on the use of games in K-12 online and blended courses and provide recommendations for practitioners and future research.

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