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October 12, 2018

Michael, People Are Reading Your Work

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Michael K. Barbour
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October 6, 2018
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    Current total: 6,443
  • +2
    Citations
    Current total: 926
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    Publication recommendations
    Current total: 3
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Current total: 160
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Current total: 18
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October 9, 2018

Richard Ferdig Published An Article

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Scratching the coding surface: tackling algorithms for inclusion and learning

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October 8, 2018

Congratulations Michael, You Reached A Milestone

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K–12 Online Distance Education: Issues and Frameworks
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Your article reached 20 reads

October 5, 2018

Journal Of Online Learning Research: Special Issue: K-12 Online Learning For… – Academia.edu

Another item from my open scholarship network.

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Mary F Rice Mary F Rice
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Journal of Online Learning Research: Special Issue: K-12 Online Learning for Diverse Learners

For some savvy scholars and industry insiders, fully online learning— where instruction takes place entirely (or nearly so) over the Internet—and blended instruction—where instruction takes place both online and in a traditional physical space—were inevitable at all levels of education. But for many K-12 educators and the universities that prepare them, its emergence seemed sudden and rapid (Graham, 2006). Once it was here, online learning promised opportunities to take courses that were otherwise unavailable at traditional schools, including advanced courses and credit recovery. Online…

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Karen Cooley
Bookmarked by Lisa Durff

Remake/Remodel: Using ePortfolios and a System of Gates to Improve Student Assessment and Program Evaluation

Electronic portfolios have become increasingly popular. The value of a portfolio, though, depends on how, when, and why students create, submit, and have their portfolios evaluated. In the following paper, we describe how we redesigned a program’s assessment and evaluation plan around the use of electronic portfolios and a system of gates focusing on the larger assessment/evaluation framework first and the technology second.

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W. Ian O'Byrne W. Ian O’Byrne
Bookmarked by Vicky Zygouris-Coe

Empowering Students as Critical Readers and Writes in Online Spaces

Purpose – To examine whether or not exposing novice teachers in a graduate literacy education diversity course to particular texts and activities focused on economic diversity and lifestyle differences among students makes them more likely to positively respond to these lesser understood forms of diversity in their own teaching and if so, in what ways. Design – The research design was qualitative and included written reflections from the teacher-participants at the beginning, middle and end of the semester, and videotaping and transcribing activities and post-activity discussions….

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Jo  Tondeur Jo Tondeur
Bookmarked by Lisa Durff

An in-depth analysis of adult students in blended environments: Do they regulate their learning in an ‘old school’ way

Separation in time and place during the learning process reduces the ability of teachers to observe their students’ learning behaviours and provide tailored support. This occurs in blended adult education, which challenges students to learn independently. Possessing self- regulation skills is crucial for success in this context. Therefore, the current study aims to address the self-regulation strategies used by adult students in blended environments. A qualitative study that included framework analysis with 16 semi-structured interviews was conducted to explore how students regulated their…

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Holbrook Mahn Holbrook Mahn
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Vygotsky and Sociocultural Approaches to Teaching and Learning

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Erica L Kryst Erica L Kryst
Penn State UniversityEducation Policy Studies, Graduate Student

The Rural Educator Pursuing Higher Education in Rural Pennsylvania Schools: Shaping the College Path

Rural youth are now graduating from high school at rates comparable to their peers in urban and suburban schools, however far fewer rural youth pursue postsecondary education. Using a comparative case study method, we explore postsecondary preparation efforts at three rural school districts. Each case represents a different classification of rural: fringe, distant, and remote. We find that while all three districts offered similar postsecondary preparation programs, the amount and array of available course offerings and levels of additional support provided by the community differed. We…

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Michael, People Are Reading Your Work

From one of my open scholarship networks.

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Michael K. Barbour
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The actual report read:

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September 29, 2018
Summary
  • +152
    Publication reads
    Current total: 6,314
  • +0
    Citations
    Current total: 923
  • +0
    Publication recommendations
    Current total: 3
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Your article reached 100 reads
The straight truth about online learning in the Straits: An investigation into the nature of education in a rural and remote region of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Your article reached 10 citations
An examination of government policies for e-learning in New Zealand’s secondary schools
Your article reached 10 citations
Continuing Change in a Virtual World: Training and Recruiting Instructors
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