Virtual School Meanderings

April 11, 2017

Webinar: 4/12 at 2pm EDT – Professional Learning for Blended Education in Michigan

Note this event tomorrow.

Upcoming webinars and new publications!
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This webinar session will highlight findings of a study on teachers implementing blended learning in Michigan and building their own professional learning networks to improve their practice.

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Our colleague Kevin Heller at UC Scout is seeking participants for his dissertation research. You can read more about his research and access the survey, for online teachers, in one of our latest blog posts.
In a new report from MVLRI, a collaboration with the Susan Lowes and Peiyi Lin of the Institute for Learning Technologies (ILT) at Teachers College, Columbia University, investigates learning pathways in Algebra 1A courses offered by Michigan Virtual School, with a focus on how students paced themselves throughout the semester, their online activity in different components of the course, and the difficulties encountered along the way. The full report is available online.
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