Virtual School Meanderings

March 7, 2013

AJDE Issues and Frameworks for K–12 Online Distance Education – Speaking Personally—With Joe Freidhoff

As I mentioned earlier this week, the American Journal of Distance Education – Special Issue: Issues and Frameworks for K–12 Online Distance Education has been published. Today I want to post some notes from the sixth of the articles from this special issue – an interview.

Clark, T. (2013). Speaking personally — With Joe Freidhoff. American Journal of Distance Education, 27(1), 68-72.

Speaking Personally—With Joe Freidhoff

Joe Freidhoff is the director of online learning research and innovation at the Michigan Virtual University® (MVU®), a nonprofit corporation in Michigan. He publishes and presents frequently in the area of K–12 online and blended learning research. Dr. Freidhoff completed his doctorate in educational psychology and educational technology at Michigan State University in 2009. He has taught both online and face-to-face at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Prior to attending graduate school, he taught high school English.
Tom Clark is president and founder of TA Consulting, an educational research and evaluation firm. A consultant to education, government, and business for over eighteen years, he has led many program evaluations, including evaluations of four state virtual schools. Dr. Clark has authored or co-authored numerous works in the field.

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