Virtual School Meanderings

May 8, 2017

Webinar: 5/17 at 2pm EDT – Presence as Support in a Blended Learning Classroom

Note this webinar next week.

New reports, blog posts, and webinar sessions!
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This session will share findings from a narrative inquiry that explored various aspects of presence in a blended middle school classroom, helping to inform the preparation and support of blended teachers in K-12 settings.

Mark Stevens, George Mason University
Mary Frances Rice, University of Kansas

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The latest publications from MVLRI are four reports in a series, authored by Daryl Mellard, Mary Frances Rice, Jesse Pace and Richard A. Carter, Jr. of the Center on Online Learning and Students with Disabilities. The reports share the results of a review process, incorporating research and practical understanding about serving students with disabilities, applied to the iNACOL National Standards for Quality Online Teaching, Quality Online Courses, and Quality Online Programs. This review process yielded a set of recommendations for revising and making additions to each set of standards. Each of the reports can be read in full at the MVLRI website.
In a new MVLRI blog post, Joshua Rosenberg of Michigan State University and John Ranellucci of Hunter College, CUNY explore what student motivation looks like and how it affects outcomes in online science courses. You can read the full post in the blog section of our website.
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