Virtual School Meanderings

July 25, 2016

Students Offer Their Own Perspectives On Blended Learning

Notice of this report came in at the end of last week…

Advice for teachers and peers on how to improve
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The latest MVLRI publication features a mixed methods study examining student perspectives of blended learning in a rural educational setting. Advice from students to blended teachers rings clear: interaction, guidance, and support, with effective integration of instructional technology, are what make up a successful blended classroom. Read the full report here.

This report was authored by a team of researchers from Northwest Nazarene University and Idaho Digital Learning Academy.

MVLRI will host a day-long pre-conference workshop at this year’s iNACOL Blended and Online Learning Symposium. The pre-con will be held on Tuesday, October 25th at 8:00 a.m. and is free to attend. Join us for opportunities for networking, funding, and prospects for collaboration. Saro Mohammed of the Learning Accelerator will also be on hand to discuss practical and applicable measurement strategies for blended learning initiatives. Learn more about the event here.
Mary Frances Rice of the Center on Online Learning and Students with Disabilities at the University of Kansas recently guest authored a blog post for us, examining her experience with different pedagogies for diverse online learner populations. Read the whole post here.
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