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December 13, 2019

LearnTechLib Table Of Contents Alert: CITE Journal 19:3

While they don’t use the specific terminology of K-12 blended learning, I suspect that several of these topics would be of interest to folks in this community.

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LearnTechLib Table of Contents Alert: CITE Journal 19:3

Dear Michael Barbour,

The latest issue of Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education is now available on LearnTechLib, the Learning & Technology Library.

Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education

Vol. 19 , No. 3 (September 2019)

Table of Contents

  1. A Framework for Teachers’ Evaluation of Digital Instructional Materials: Integrating Mathematics Teaching Practices With Technology Use in K-8 Classrooms

    Amanda Thomas , University of Nebraska–Lincoln, ; Alden J. Edson , Michigan State University,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/181387/

  2. Supporting Public-Facing Education for Youth: Spreading (Not Scaling) Ways to Learn Data Science With Mobile and Geospatial Technologies

    Katie Headrick Taylor , University of Washington, ; Deborah Silvis , University of Washington, ; Remi Kalir , University of Colorado Denver, ; Anthony Negron , New York Hall of Science, ; Catherine Cramer , New York Hall of Science, ; Adam Bell , University of Washington, ; Erin Riesland , University of Washington,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/183633/

  3. Use of Schema Theory and Multimedia Technology to Explore Preservice Students’ Cognitive Resources During an Earth Science Activity

    Catherine Quinlan , Howard University,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/184160/

  4. Transforming Mobile Learning and Digital Pedagogies: An Investigation of a Customized Professional Development Program for Teachers in a Hospital School

    Aidan McCarthy , Murdoch University, ; Dorit Maor , Murdoch University, ; Andrew McConney , Murdoch University,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/184585/

  5. The Fun of its Parts: Design and Player Reception of Educational Board Games

    Spencer P. Greenhalgh , University of Kentucky, ; Matthew J. Koehler , Michigan State University, ; Liz Owens Boltz , Michigan State University,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/184644/

  6. A Case of Early Adopters of Technology in a Social Studies Classroom

    Kelley Regan , George Mason University, ; Anna Evmenova , George Mason University, ; Nichole P. MacVittie , George Mason University, ; Alicia Leggett , George Mason University, ; Samantha Ives , George Mason University, ; Jessica Schwartzer , George Mason University, ; Margo Mastropieri , George Mason University, ; Maria P. Rybicki-Newan , George Mason University,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/185371/

  7. Using Digital Science Notebooks to Support Elementary Student Learning: Lessons and Perspectives From a Fifth-Grade Science Classroom

    Angelina Constantine , University of Minnesota, ; Karl G. Jung , University of South Florida,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/207107/

  8. 23 Months x 22 Scholars: Collaboration, Negotiation, and the Revision of a Position Statement on Technology in English Language Arts

    Lauren Zucker , Northern Highlands Regional High School, ; Troy Hicks , Central Michigan University,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/208712/

  9. “Beliefs for Integrating Technology into the English Language Arts Classroom”: Reflections From Scholars in the Field

    Donna Alvermann , University of Georgia, ; Carl A. Young , North Carolina State University, ; Ewa McGrail , Georgia State University, ; Nicole Damico , University of Central Florida, ; Lauren Zucker , Northern Highlands Regional High School,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/209974/

  10. Reprint: Beliefs for Integrating Technology into the English Language Arts Classroom

    Tom L. Lynch , Pace University, ; Troy Hicks , Central Michigan University, ; Jonathan Bartels , University of Alaska Anchorage, ; Richard Beach , University of Minnesota (Emeritus), ; Sean Connors , University of Arkansas, ; Nicole Damico et al. , University of Central Florida,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/210450/

  11. Beliefs, Models, and Practices on Fostering Teacher Learning in Technology Integration

    Chrystalla Mouza , University of Delaware,

    Abstract: https://www.learntechlib.org/p/213316/

  12. Table of contents for this issue: https://www.learntechlib.org/j/CITE/v/19/n/3/

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November 8, 2019

Call for Proposals Due Today: SITE 2020 (New Orleans)

A reminder of this conference deadline today.

SITE - Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education
Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education

SITE 2020 New Orleans – April 6-10, 2020

Call for Proposals Due: November 8


Dear Michael Barbour,

We invite you to submit your papers to join the SITE 2020 Confernece in New Orleans, Louisiana!

Submit Your Proposals Here!

SITE 2020 in New Orleans is the 31st annual conference of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. SITE is for anyone interested in the creation and dissemination of knowledge about the use of information technology in teacher education and faculty/staff development.

We invite you to submit for the Topics (Listed Here) in the following categories:

•Full Papers • Book Chapters • Brief Papers • Best Practices • Roundtables • Panels • Posters • Workshops • Symposia • Virtual Sessions • Innovators Playground

Be sure to check out the:

• Conference Schedule Overview
• Topics & Scope
• New Orleans Canal Street Marriott

Best,

Sarah Benson
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November 5, 2019

K-12 Online Learning: Proposals Due 11/8

Note this up-coming call for proposals deadline.

Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education

Dear Michael Barbour,

This is a friendly reminder that proposals for the 2020 SITE International conference are due this Friday! Please consider submitting a proposal related to K-12 Online Learning by November 8, 2019. For more information please check the following link http://site.aace.org/conf/

The conference will be held April 6-10 in New Orleans. We hope to see you there!

Sincerely,
K-12 Online Learning Chairs
Cecil R. Short and Jacqueli

October 7, 2019

K-12 Online Learning: Proposals Due 11/8

Please note this reminder.  Also remember that the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education is the only academic organization with a specific focus on K-12 distance, online, and blended learning.

Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education

Dear Michael Barbour,

I hope you had a nice weekend.

SITE is now accepting proposals for the Spring 2020 conference, which will run from Monday, April 6 to Friday, April 10 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Take advantage of this opportunity to share your latest research related to online learning. The deadline for proposals is Friday, November 8.

As SIG chairs we look forward to seeing all of you again at the SITE conference. Go to: http://site.aace.org/conf/ and submit your presentation proposal. Please also consider signing up to be a reviewer.

Thank you!!

Sincerely,

Jackie Zweig & Cecil Short

K-12 Online Learning Chairs

September 26, 2019

Article Notice – A Snapshot Of Successful K-12 Online Learning: Focused On The 2015-16 Academic Year In Michigan

As was mentioned in the entry on Journal of Online Learning Research – September 2019: Volume 5, Number 2, this is the fifth and final article in this new issue.

A Snapshot of Successful K-12 Online Learning: Focused on the 2015-16 Academic Year in Michigan

Jemma Bae Kwon, Kristen DeBruler, Michigan Virtual, United States ; Kathryn Kennedy, Kathryn Kennedy Consulting, United States

Journal of Online Learning Research Volume 5Number 2 ISSN 2374-1473 Publisher: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), Waynesville, NC USA

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to provide a snapshot of successful K-12 online learning in one of the frontrunner states in the field—Michigan. The authors explored the state’s legislative and policy infrastructure; the beliefs, perceptions, and values of various stakeholders; and statewide enrollment patterns and effectiveness for the 2015-16 academic year. With that understanding, the study presented a secondary analysis of student information, activity, and performance data in a learning management system (LMS) in an attempt to explore success factors at the micro-level. The study results revealed the following: (a) the engagement pattern representing students’ consistent and persistent attempts to complete course tasks week-by-week was the most powerful success factor; (b) a more nuanced notion of students’ time spent in the LMS; and (c) a student population who presents unique needs to be successful in the online learning. The paper concludes with discussion about all findings in terms of a way of creating a feedback loop for upper-level systems.

Citation

Bae Kwon, J., DeBruler, K. & Kennedy, K. (2019). A Snapshot of Successful K-12 Online Learning: Focused on the 2015-16 Academic Year in Michigan. Journal of Online Learning Research, 5(2), 199-225. Waynesville, NC USA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). Retrieved September 25, 2019 from https://www.learntechlib.org/primary/p/196643/.

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