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December 13, 2019

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December 10, 2019

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Virtual Charter Schools and the Democratic Aims of Education

D Hornbeck, KK Abowitz, A Saultz – Education and Culture, 2019
Virtual schooling is expanding as an alternative to traditional public schooling in the
early twenty-first century. This paper analyzes virtual schooling with regards to the
democratic associational aims of public schooling as conceived by John Dewey. We …
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December 9, 2019

Article Notice – Student Perceptions Of Online Teacher And On-site Facilitator Support In Supplemental Online Courses

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  • November 2019
  • Jered Borup, Chawanna B. Chambers & Rebecca Stimson

ABSTRACT: In an attempt to better support their students and reduce online course attrition rates, some brick-and-mortar schools provide their online students with an on-site facilitator who supports students face-to-face. However, little is known about how students perceive the support provided by their on-site facilitator and online teacher. For this report, we surveyed 70 students and conducted eight focus groups with 51 students to better understand the support that online teachers and on-site facilitators provided them. Our findings focused on the following support indicators: (1) advising students regarding course enrollments, (2) orienting students to online learning procedures and expectations, (3) facilitating interactions, (4) developing caring relationships, (5) motivating students to more fully engage in learning activities, (6) organizing and managing student learning, and (7) instructing students regarding the course content. The majority of support appeared to come from students’ on-site facilitators. An important exception was that the large majority of the content-related support came from the online teacher. While students were largely positive when describing the support from their on-site facilitators, students were split and more critical of the support (or the lack of support) from their online teacher.

December 6, 2019

Michael, People Are Reading Your Work

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