Virtual School Meanderings

May 30, 2019

Statistics for May 2019

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A very quick statistics entry this month.  In May 2019 there were 2,281 hits from 1,185 distinct visitors.  This was approximately 900 less hits and approximately 400 fewer visitors than we saw in April 2019.  However, it was also about 1,500 less hits and 1,100 fewer visitors from May 2018.

The top ten entries this past month were:

  1. We Missed You at Last Week’s Webinar
  2. Special Offer For Your Family From K12
  3. FLVS And Web 2.0
  4. Current Research In Blended Learning – Academia.edu
  5. EDTECH537 – Guest Blog Entry: Civil Rights and Online Learning
  6. Student Holiday Notice
  7. Virtual Schooling In The News
  8. Experience Online Learning Yourself to Improve Your Teaching
  9. Blended Learning vs. Technology-Rich Instruction
  10. K-12 Online Learning And MOOCs

Finally, the statistics from my old blog site (which still does generate some minimal traffic – and each month I say that I should really dig in sometime to see how exactly)…
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April 30, 2019

Statistics for April 2019

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A very quick statistics entry this month.  In April 2019 there were 3,168 hits from 1,659 distinct visitors.  This was approximately 200 less hits and approximately 200 fewer visitors than we saw in March 2019.  However, it was also about 1,000 less hits and 800 fewer visitors from April 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. What If Teachers Could No Longer Give B-Minuses?
  4. JOLR Special Issue: Blended And Online Practices For Personalized Learning
  5. 24 April 2019: Google Alert – LRN
  6. Lost in Translation: English Learners, One Study, And The Dangers Of Translating Research Into Practice
  7. Why Should You Present At OLC Accelerate 2019?
  8. Learn to Design an Effective Learning Environment
  9. CJE New Issue Published | Parution Du Dernier Numéro De La RCÉ
  10. NEPC’s April Education Interview of the Month Features a Discussion of the Widespread Mismanagement of Charter School Funding

Finally, the statistics from my old blog site (which still does generate some minimal traffic – and each month I say that I should really dig in sometime to see how exactly)…
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April 23, 2019

Guest Blog Entries Requested

A good friend asked that I share this with my readers.

Hi everyone! I wanted to share an opportunity with you all for blogging. I facilitate the Digital Learning Collaborative blog, which can be found at the link below. We’re always looking for guest blog content. If you’re interested in contributing, feel free to reach out – kathryn@evergreenedgroup.com. Blog posts should be between 600-750 words and written with application to practice in mind. I hope you’ll consider contributing, and if you know of others who might be interested, please feel free to reach out! More opportunities to come soon!


This section has three types of consistently updated information:

  • Commentary (views) provided by Evergreen staff and DLC members. These views are always attributed to a person and may not reflect the views of the dlc as a whole.

  • DLC website new additions and reports. These will be included in the “views” section below.

  • News articles related to digital learning, with or without commentary

We welcome articles or commentary submissions for consideration; please send them to kathryn@evergreenedgroup.com. All submissions must include author(s) names, affiliations, and LinkedIn profiles or CVs.

Please note that Virtual School Meanderings also welcomes guest blog posts (see the “guest blogger” tag for those entries)

March 31, 2019

Statistics for March 2019

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A quick statistics entry this month.  In March 2019 there were 3,325 hits from 1,842 distinct visitors.  This was just under 1000 more hits and approximately 600 more visitors than we saw in February 2019.  However, it was also about 1,800 less hits and 1,200 fewer visitors from March 2018 .

The top ten entries this past month were:

  1. We Missed You at Last Week’s Webinar
  2. Special Offer For Your Family From K12
  3. FLVS And Web 2.0
  4. CanAm Special Edition, MindShare Learning Report >>March 2019, Volume 12 Issue 2
  5. [EDEN-News] EDEN 2018 Annual Conference Genova – Call & Announcement
  6. Revised K-12 National Standards For Quality Online Teaching and Programs Released By Quality Matters And The Virtual Learning Leadership Alliance
  7. Questions About The School Of Tomorrow
  8. [EDEN-News] EDEN Research Workshop 2016, Oldenburg – Announcement and Call
  9. Call for Proposals on Online Education (Special Issue) – Plus Jobs
  10. Student Holiday Notice

The visitors found my blog via:

  • Search Engines
    • Google Search
    • Bing
    • duckduckgo.com
    • Yahoo Search
    • Baidu
    • Ask.com
    • Yandex
  • WordPress.com Reader
  • Twitter
  • teachercertificationdegrees.com/top-blogs/school-technology/
  • linkedin.com
  • WordPress Android App
  • rmrose.blogspot.com
  • app.cision.com
  • app.talkwalker.com/app/page
  • michaelbarbour.com

With the search engines being five times the driver of any of the other sources.  Although the two social networking sites – Twitter and LinkedIn – did contribute significantly (and it is too bad Facebook removed the automated posting function for users).

The visitors primarily came from the United States (about two thirds of them).  With others coming from:

  • Hong Kong SAR China
  • India
  • Canada
  • Australia
  • United Kingdom
  • Phillipines
  • United Arb Emirates
  • France
  • New Zealand
  • Nepal

And I have to say that I was surprised that Hong Kong SAR China was twice the traffic as Canada.  Anyway…

Finally, the statistics from my old blog site (which still does generate some minimal traffic – and each month I say that I should really dig in sometime to see how exactly)…
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March 1, 2019

Statistics for February 2019

This entry is being posted back-dated.

A quick statistics entry this month.  In February 2019 there were 2,379 hits from 1,241 distinct visitors.  This was 400 lesse hits and 200 visitors than we saw in January 2019, but it was about 1,300 less hits and 1,300 fewer visitors from February 2018 .

The top ten entries this past month were:

  1. We Missed You at Last Week’s Webinar
  2. Self-Directed Learning: Developing Agentic Learners
  3. FLVS And Web 2.0
  4. Special Offer For Your Family From K12
  5. Integrate Online Science Labs And Improve Your Students’ Experience
  6. EBSCO Alerts
  7. Questions About The School Of Tomorrow
  8. Jered Borup – New Articles
  9. Distance-Educator.com Free eNewsletter – 2/25/19
  10. Instructional Technology Dissertation Topics

Finally, the statistics from my old blog site (which still does generate some minimal traffic – and I should really dig in sometime to see how exactly)…
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