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May 16, 2017

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

Note this webinar tomorrow from MVLRI.

New research and webinar opportunities!
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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 issue of the Journal of Online Learning Research is now available in full online. This special issue, edited by Saro Mohammed of The Learning Accelerator, focuses on the connection between research and practice toward efficacy in K-12 blended learning.
The Student-Centered Learning Research Collaborative, an initiative of Jobs for the Future, is hosting an interactive webinar with Jim Pellegrino, a world-renowned expert in assessment, to detail how such research-driven assessment strategies are helping to boost student learning and change school cultures.

Register now for the session, scheduled for Thursday, May 18th, from at 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. EDT, which will be facilitated by Research Director Eric Toshalis, with responses and reflections provided by the Students at the Center Distinguished Fellows.

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