Virtual School Meanderings

June 28, 2017

Webinar: 6/28 at 2pm EDT – Attitudes & Achievement in a Self-paced Blended Setting

Note this session later today…

New webinar session and research opportunities!
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This session will present findings from a study investigating the relationship between students’ achievement and their attitudes in a self-paced blended mathematics course.

Dr. Phoebe Balentyne, Northern Illinois University

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The Learning Accelerator is piloting a one-year fellowship and is seeking a diverse cohort of individuals who will be conducting research that advances TLA’s measurement agenda for blended learning. Through these fellowships, TLA seeks to catalyze the measurement ecosystem to work together towards the mutual goal of all students receiving an outstanding education, enabling them to reach their full potential. Applications are being accepted from now until August 31, 2017. More information can be found at the TLA website.
The final installment in our series examining K-12 online credit recovery programs in Michigan features a podcast interview with Cindy Swem at Buchanan High School in Buchanan, Michigan. You can read the blog post and stream the podcast episode with our interview to learn more about their program!
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