Virtual School Meanderings

April 30, 2020

Statistics for April 2020

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Once again a very quick statistics entry this month.  In April 2020 there were 3,459 hits from 1,947 distinct visitors.  This was approximately 700 more hits and 200 more visitors than we saw in March 2020.  It was also 300 more hits and about 300 fewer visitors as April 2019.

The top ten entries this past month were:

  1. We Missed You at Last Week’s Webinar
  2. 5 Minutes On K-12 Online Learning With…
  3. 5 Minutes on K-12 Online Learning with Chris Harrington
  4. Call For JTATE Special Issue – Preservice And Inservice Professional Development During The COVID-19 Pandemic
  5. The Federal Role For Education Right Now, And The Great Need To Match The Unemployed With Job Openings
  6. 5 Minutes on K-12 Online Learning with Saro Mohammed
  7. Review – Frog Dissection
  8. Open Session Reminder: May 5, 2020 – Tony Bates – The Next Five Years: Future Directions For Online Learning – 3pm Eastern Time
  9. Welcome To The April 27-30th Digital Learning Symposium
  10. CompetencyWorks Webinar | 5/12: An Introduction To K-12 Competency-Based Education

It was actually nice to see that eight of the 10 items were actually posted in the past month.  So the current content is popping as more relevant than the historical content for a change.

Finally, the statistics from my old blog site – and I think that this may be the first month where there has been no traffic there at all..
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April 1, 2020

Statistics for March 2020

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Once again a very quick statistics entry this month.  In March 2020 there were 2,706 hits from 1,709 distinct visitors.  This was approximately 800 more hits and 500 more visitors than we saw in February 2020.  However, it was also 600 fewer hits and about 100 fewer visitors as March 2019.

The top ten entries this past month were:

  1. We Missed You at Last Week’s Webinar
  2. COVID19 Updates: MDE Clarifies Instructional Time Requirements; US Dept. Of Ed. Offers Broad Flexibility In Testing Mandates
  3. FLVS And Web 2.0
  4. Ontario: Learn At Home
  5. Perceived Missteps With The Virtual SITE 2020
  6. 5 Minutes On K-12 Online Learning With…
  7. Joint Statement Regarding “Science of Reading” Advocacy
  8. 5 Minutes on K-12 Online Learning with Kathryn Kennedy
  9. New edWebinars | Reading, Language, EdTech, STEM, Ethics, And More!
  10. For Immediate Release: USDLA And COVID-19 Statement

It was actually nice to see that eight of the 10 items were actually posted in March.  So the current content is popping as more relevant than the historical content for a change.

While I tend to not post much more than this, I did want to share a bit more this month.  Folks found those entries by the following referrers.

  • Search Engines
    • Google Search
    • Bing
    • Yahoo Search
    • duckduckgo.com
    • Ask.com
    • Baidu
  • Twitter
  • WordPress.com Reader
  • Facebook
  • feedspot.com
  • rmrose.blogspot.com
  • newsblur.com
  • a2zhomeschooling.com/home_school_programs/virtual_academies/
  • transition.meltwater.com
  • michaelbarbour.com

A couple of things about this list, the fact that I have listed ten items is a bit misleading given that search engines accounted for almost half of the traffic over the past month and Google accounted for 95% of the search engine traffic.  Interestingly, Twitter drove approximately 20% of the folks to my blog – which is the highest it has been in some time.  Finally, nice to see my good buddy Ray Rose in that top ten list (and thanks for the traffic).

Finally, the statistics from my old blog site – which still managed to get a couple of hits this past month.
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February 29, 2020

Statistics for February 2020

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Once again a very quick statistics entry this month.  In February 2020 there were 1,970 hits from 1,203 distinct visitors.  This was approximately 100 fewer hits, but about the same number of visitors as we saw in January 2020.  However, it was also exactly 400 fewer hits, but again about the same number of visitors as January 2019.

The top ten entries this past month were:

  1. FLVS And Web 2.0
  2. We Missed You at Last Week’s Webinar
  3. Rest In Peace – Jim Kinsella
  4. FLVS now offers ACT/SAT prep!
  5. EDTECH537 – Guest Blog Entry: Civil Rights and Online Learning
  6. 2nd Call For Papers – 2020 Hawaii International Conference On Education
  7. Virtual Schooling In The News
  8. OSTA-AECO Releases Highly Anticipated eLearning Survey Results
  9. 2019 State of the Nation: K-12 e-Learning in Canada Released
  10. The 2020 RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings – K-12 Online Learning Version (Ranking)

Finally, the statistics from my old blog site – which still managed to get a couple of hits this past month.
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January 31, 2020

Statistics for January 2020

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Once again a very quick statistics entry this month.  In January 2020 there were 2,093 hits from 1,210 distinct visitors.  This was approximately 100 fewer hits and about 25 fewer visitors than we saw in December 2019.  However, it was also exactly 600 fewer hits, from 250 fewer visitors than January 2019.

The top ten entries this past month were:

  1. FLVS And Web 2.0
  2. We Missed You at Last Week’s Webinar
  3. The Validity Of National Standards
  4. The Toronto Star – Secret Document Shows Ford Government Changed Its Mind Before Making Online Course Mandatory For High Schoolers
  5. Commentary: OSSTF’s Statement On The Ford Government E-Learning Plan
  6. FLVS now offers ACT/SAT prep!
  7. Virtual Schooling In The News
  8. 2nd Call For Papers – 2020 Hawaii International Conference On Education
  9. Resolve To Improve Your Online Teaching Skills
  10. Review – Frog Dissection

Finally, the statistics from my old blog site – which still managed to get a couple of hits this past month.
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December 31, 2019

Statistics for December 2019

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Once again a very quick statistics entry this month.  In December 2019 there were 2,198 hits from 1,233 distinct visitors.  This was approximately 200 fewer hits and about 200 fewer visitors than we saw in November 2019.  However, it was also exactly 100 fewer hits, from 65 fewer visitors than December 2018.

The top ten entries this past month were:

  1. We Missed You at Last Week’s Webinar<
  2. FLVS And Web 2.0
  3. EDTECH537 – Guest Blog Entry: Civil Rights and Online Learning
  4. iNACOL Report – Policy Brief Highlights Need For Higher Education Institutions To Create Systematic Changes Within Teaching
  5. Virtual Schooling In The News
  6. Distance Education, Volume 40, Issue 4, November 2019 Is Now Available Online On Taylor & Francis Online
  7. Present At The 2020 Conference
  8. For Student-Centered Learning To Work, Schools Must Rethink This Key Component. Here’s How.
  9. Tech Skills Needed For Your Future And Register Now For January Online Courses
  10. Personalized ELL, Dyslexia, K-12 Science

Interestingly, seven of the 10 of these entries were actually posted in December 2019 (which is a bit unusual).

Finally, the statistics from my old blog site – which still managed to get a couple of hits this past month.
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