Virtual School Meanderings

January 21, 2022

Michael K Barbour, start 2022 with tips from your January Creator Monthly Newsletter!

Filed under: virtual school — Michael K. Barbour @ 8:04 am
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An item from another one of my open scholarship networks.

January 2022
Creator Monthly
Michael K Barbour, here’s how your channel did last month
7
NEW SUBSCRIBERS
1,371
TOTAL VIEWS
3,028
MINUTES WATCHED
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It’s a new year – the perfect time to set new goals! Review your Analytics to see what’s working and what can be improved. Then read below to focus on your channel strategy and continue to grow.
EXPLORE YOUR STATS
Here’s what’s new with YouTube
Set your channel up for success
Find tips to manage your channel on the YouTube for Creators site. No matter if you’re new or looking to reboot, this is the beginning of a new year for your channel.
Break out of your routine with Shorts
Get creative with your content strategy–make YouTube Shorts a part of your upload schedule. Surprise fans with something different and potentially gain new ones!
Want to learn how to make your content more inclusive?
Meet 5 creators from Asia who’re using their voices to raise disability awareness and share advice on how to make content more accessible.
Find 3 tips to create successful Shorts
Short-form video goes a long way, just ask Jake Fellman, who’s Shorts rocketed to 9M subs in 1 year. Read his 3 tips on creating Shorts and apply it to your strategy.
Creator Spotlight
Why order Italian food when you can make it in your kitchen? Jim of Sip and Feast walks you step-by-step through delicious recipes passed down from his grandmother.
This is just the beginning–your determination will get you far!
See you next month!
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Michael, you have 12 more citations

Filed under: virtual school — Michael K. Barbour @ 6:06 am
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An item from one of my open scholarship networks.

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Michael K. Barbour
Michael, we found 12 citations of your work last week
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The actual report read:

Report for week ending
January 15, 2022
Stats overview
  • +428
    Reads
    Show breakdown
  • +12
    Citations
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  • 0
    Recommendations
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  • +8.7
    Research Interest
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Researchers who read your work
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Ester Martínez
Associate Professor at Universidad de Alicante
Institution and department
  • University of Alicante
  • Computer Sciences and Artificial Intelligence
Skills
  • Pattern Recognition · Robot Vision · Computational Intelligence + 6 others
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Esther Gani
Institution and department
  • Kaduna State University
  • University Library
Skills
  • Digital Libraries · Libraries · Library Science + 4 others
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Maroua Rogti
Institution
  • Ecole Normale Supérieure de Laghouat
Skills
  • Drama and Theatre in Education · PERFORMANCE PEDAGOGY · Performing Arts + 2 others
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Vandana Punia
Institution and department
  • Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology
  • Department of Religious Studies and Human Resource Development Centre
Skills
  • Curriculum Development · Professional Development · Educational Evaluation + 57 others
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Peiwen Yeh
Institution and department
  • Kaohsiung Medical University
  • Department of Psychology
Skills
  • Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience · EEG/ERP · Event-Related Potentials + 2 others
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Penelope Susan Flack
Institution and department
  • University of KwaZulu-Natal
  • Discipline of Speech Language Pathology
Skills
  • Teaching and Learning · Pedagogy and Education · Curriculum Development + 2 others
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Sunjida Khan
Ph.D Researcher (on going)
Institution and department
  • Daffodil International University
  • Department of Business Administration
Skills
  • Economic Development · Economy · Development Studies + 4 others
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Hira Lal Moktan
Institution and department
  • Kathmandu University
  • School of Education
Skills
  • Teaching and Learning · Language Teaching · Professional Development + 1 other
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Charlotta Hilli
Institution and department
  • Åbo Akademi University
  • Faculty of Education and Welfare Studies
Skills
  • Teaching and Learning · Pedagogy and Education · E-Learning + 23 others
+47
Reads
18 Full-text reads
Current total: 14,431
+30
Reads
12 Full-text reads
Current total: 3,963
Reads
6 Full-text reads
Current total: 6,492
Reads by discipline
Teacher Education
8
Teaching Methods
7
Cognitive Psychology
6
Science Education
5
Higher Education
5
Composition Studies
4
Educational Technology
4
Language Education
4
Human-computer Interaction
3
Special Education
3
Reads by seniority
PhdStudent
17
PostDoc
11
Professor
10
Senior
1
Researchers who cited your work
Fanny Pettersson
Institution and department
  • Umeå University
  • Department of Education
Skills
  • Teaching · Technology Enhanced Learning · E-Learning + 1 other
Filipe Bandeiras
Institution and department
  • Polytechnic Institute of Tomar
  • Electrical Engineering
Skills
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering · Automation & Robotics · Communication & Signal Processing + 7 others
Christine Royce
Institution and department
  • Shippensburg University
  • Department of Teacher Education
Skills
  • Teaching · Teaching and Learning · Pedagogy and Education + 8 others
Emine Senyuva
Institution and department
  • İstanbul University-Cerrahpaşa
  • Department of Nursing Education
Skills
  • Nursing · Learning · Nursing Education + 2 others
Taemin Ha
Institution and department
  • University of Northern Colorado
  • School of Sport and Exercise Science
Skills
  • Physical Education · Physical Activity · Quantitative & Qualitative Research + 4 others
Maria Lindfors
Institution and department
  • Umeå University
  • Department of Education
Skills
  • Science Education · Teaching and Learning · Pedagogy and Education + 3 others
Marcia Gentry
Institution and department
  • Purdue University
  • Department of Educational Studies
Skills
  • Learning · Curriculum · Teaching + 12 others
Corey Peltier
Institution and department
  • University of Oklahoma
  • Department of Educational Psychology
Skills
  • Special Education · Single case experimental design · Meta-Analysis + 3 others
Paulo Coelho
Institution and department
  • Polytechnic Institute of Tomar
  • Electrical Engineering
Skills
  • Control · Nonlinear Control · Kalman Filtering + 8 others
Hyeonho Yu
Institution and department
  • Arizona State University
  • Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College
Skills
  • Physical Education and Sport · Physical Education · Teaching + 3 others

January 20, 2022

Article Notice – How Did Parents Balance It All? Work-From-Home Parents’ Engagement in Academic and Support Roles During Remote Learning

An item that scrolled through the feed in one of my open scholarship networks.

  • September 2021
  • Kiran Budhrani
  • Florence Martin
  • Oliver Malabanan
  • Jose Lloyd D. Espiritu

Abstract – This study reports the transitional lived experiences of work-from-home parents, uncovering their roles and activities while balancing duties of working, parenting, and assisting children with remote learning. Using a phenomenological approach, a three-step coding process was applied to organize a macro-micro view of parent engagement emerging from ten semi-structured interviews with parents from the Philippines. Parents demonstrated a positive mindset amidst balancing five academic roles including organizing learning, facilitating learning, monitoring learning, motivating learning, nurturing learning, and a sixth role in supporting learning. The role of “supporting learning” was deemed most important and central to the success of other roles. Parents assumed a primary instructor role as teachers were less prepared and performed activities distinctive to student needs. Parents served as digital classroom managers who organized schedules, assisted with assignments/projects,and participated in online chat groups. Parents repurposed living spaces and furniture for makeshift study and work areas. Parents helped children develop an online learning mindset but faced challenges motivating children to focus and finding the right mix of screentime. Parents valued children’s well-being, bonding time, socialization, and life skills. This research is a novel contribution of work-from-home parent experiences and adds to the literature on remote/online education during COVID-19.

Michael, You Have A New Citation

Filed under: virtual school — Michael K. Barbour @ 9:09 am
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The second of two items from one of my open scholarship networks.

ResearchGate
Michael, we found more citations of your work last week
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The actual citation, which may be of interest, was:

    • January 2022
    • Frontiers in Education 6
  • DOI: 10.3389/feduc.2021.817711
  • Joana Cruz
  • Sofia Abreu Mendes
  • Sofia Marques
  • Diana Alves
  • Irene Cadime

Abstract – Fluency is a central skill for successful reading. Research has provided evidence that systematic reading fluency interventions can be effective. However, research is scarce on the effects of interventions delivered remotely versus face-to-face. This study investigated the efficacy of a systematic and standardized intervention for promoting reading fluency in third-grade students (N 207) during the COVID-19 pandemic. The study had a pretest, posttest, and follow-up design, with two intervention groups (remote vs face-to-face) and a control group. The intervention groups experienced 20 intervention sessions (2 sessions per week), each lasting approximately 50 min. Word reading accuracy, text reading accuracy, and fluency were measured in the three rounds of assessment. In both intervention groups, all measures of reading showed gains from pretest to posttest. The results also suggested that the efficacy of the intervention was similar in the remote and face-to-face modalities. These findings highlight the relevance of systematic interventions in increasing reading fluency and support the use of remote interventions as an adequate alternative to face-to-face interventions.

Michael, You Have A New Citation

Filed under: virtual school — Michael K. Barbour @ 8:02 am
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The first of two items from one of my open scholarship networks.

ResearchGate
Michael, we found more citations of your work last week
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The actual citation, which may be of interest, was:

    • January 2022
    • Academicus International Scientific Journal 25:184-193
  • DOI: 10.7336/academicus.2022.25.11
  • License CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
  • Denis Areșan
  • Laurențiu Gabriel Țîru

Abstract – This study is about student satisfaction in the online teaching process. The pandemic situation forced us to move the educational activities in the online environment for the safety of all its participants. The methodological design is the quantitative one, the research method used is the sociological survey. This study tried to identify students’ perception, effectiveness, satisfaction, and self-perceived efficiency regarding the teaching process in the online environment. The questionnaire was translated and adapted into Romanian. It consists of 26 questions, divided into five dimensions. The sampling method was the non-probabilistic convenience one, with voluntary participation. The results provided tell us those female respondents were more open to online methods, resulting in higher satisfaction despite common knowledge. However, the results should be viewed with reservations, as the data collected are not homogeneous, and the respondents were chosen by the voluntary participation method. This approach can be seen as a starting point for future research related to the satisfaction of the teaching process through e-learning.

 

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