Virtual School Meanderings

May 31, 2017

Webinar: 5/31 at 2pm EDT – Examining Student Learning Pathways in an Online Course

This entry is being posted back-dated.

Note this event that begins soon (and showed up in my inbox yesterday).

Upcoming webinar and more learning opportunities!
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This session will highlight findings from a recent MVLRI publication investigating student pacing and engagement in online Algebra I courses, including the difficulties posed and opportunities provided by online course flexibility.

Dr. Susan Lowes, Teachers College, Columbia University
Dr. Peiyi Lin, Teachers College, Columbia University

Login at at the time of the session to participate!

Now available in MVU’s Professional Learning Portal is a free, 30-minute online course on Michigan’s K-12 Virtual Learning Effectiveness Report. Learners in the course can explore and reflect on data from this year’s report, the most comprehensive analysis of K-12 virtual learning in Michigan. The course listing and enrollment information can be found by searching on the Portal homepage!
The Canadian eLearning Network (CANeLearn) is hosting its 2017 Leadership Summit in Toronto, ON, on August 24th and 25th. The event will focus on new learning models, practices, technologies, and learning environments. You can learn more about the event and register at their event page!
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