Beginning with nothing from the ProQuest Alert for virtual school or cyber school – and there hasn’t been any items from ProQuest since the first or second week that I began this feature.
Moving on, I did not receive an EBSCO alerts for K-12 online learning. And there were no relevant items in the EBSCO alert for virtual school.
Finally, the EBSCO alert for cyber school.
1. TI- Virtually Forgotten: Special Education Students in Cyber Schools.
AU- Carnahan, Chris1
AU- Fulton, Lacey1
JN- TechTrends: Linking Research & Practice to Improve Learning
PD- Jul2013, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p46-52
AB- The area of online K-12 education is experiencing rapid growth, yet practice has greatly surpassed the research. This article looks to add to the field by examining special education students enrolled in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. There were over 2600 students in the state that were identified as special education students and enrolled in virtual schools in 2009 according to the Pennsylvania Department of Education. The population of special education students in cyber school mirrors the population of special education students in brick and mortar classrooms, thus it is important to understand the characteristics associated with special needs learners as current research and practices are not designed to serve this population. Understanding the characteristics of this group is fundamental for instructional design and educational practice to serve the needs of these diverse learners. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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AD- 1Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, USA