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August 31, 2016

MVLRI Webinar: Class Size and Teacher Load Effects on Student Outcomes

Also from Monday’s inbox…

How does the number of students in an online course affect their learning outcomes?
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Class Size and Teacher Load: The Effect on Students’ Online Learning Outcomes
Wednesday, 8/31/16, 2pm EDT
Presenter: Dr. Chin-Hsi Lin, Michigan State University

Using a dataset of 12,032 enrollment records from a state virtual school in the 2013-14 school year, this study examined the effect of class size and teacher load on students’ learning outcomes. Join us to learn about the findings and their implications for online learning going forward.

All webinars are held via Adobe Connect ( No registration is required. Attendees are encouraged to participate in our webinar sessions using the text chat window. We also encourage attendees to chat on Twitter using #MVLRIchat.

In our latest guest blog post, Dr. Yu-Chun Kuo of Rowan Universityexamines the potential benefits of educational technology in preventing dropouts. Read it here.
The deadline has been extended on JOLR’s call for articles for its special issue on K-12 blended learning toSeptember 12th. Learn more about the issue and submission guidelineshere.
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