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September 9, 2021

TWO DAYS Left to Submit Your Abstracts & Proposals

I guess it is only one day now, as this showed up yesterday.

Submit Your SITE Interactive Online Proposals & Abstracts by September 10

SITE Interactive is distinct from the annual Spring SITE Conference by spotlighting the improvement of practice and mentoring. Sessions are highly interactive to model best practices that can be adopted by participants. SITE Interactive will also provide mentoring opportunities for graduate students and early-career faculty.

Submissions are now offered a choice of new themes that reflect and address the ever-changing issues and challenges in education technology today.
  1. Decolonized, Inclusive, and Empowering: The Role of Educational Technology
  2. The Future of Online Teaching in Teacher Education
  3. Social-emotional Impact of Technology
  4. Developing the Profession: Growing in Leadership, Academia, and Teaching Practice
  5. Frontier Technologies: XR, AI, Makerspace, and More
New Topic Themes
  • Best Practices
  • Mentoring Moments
  • Birds of a Feather
  • Research Papers
  • Workshops
  • Panel Sessions
  • SITE 360 LIVE: Posters
  • Innovator Playground Exhibits
Submission Guide
The LIVE online format allows real-time participation and interaction .We strive for the same sense of community as the face-to-face SITE conference, with the added convenience and flexibility of being online.  All accepted and presented papers receive publication and proof of participation.
Affordable
Flat rate registration for all attendees  and discounts provided for students.
Registration
Premium Content
Cutting-edge sessions and engaging formats for presenters & attendees.
Overview
Convenient
Customize your conference experience with live & virtual sessions.
Online FAQ
SUBMIT TODAY!
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September 2, 2021

Submit Your Research Proposals by September 10!

Note this up-coming deadline.

Submit Your SITE Interactive Online Proposals & Abstracts by September 10

SITE Interactive is distinct from the annual Spring SITE Conference by spotlighting the improvement of practice and mentoring. Sessions are highly interactive to model best practices that can be adopted by participants. SITE Interactive will also provide mentoring opportunities for graduate students and early-career faculty.

Submissions are now offered a choice of new themes that reflect and address the ever-changing issues and challenges in education technology today.
  1. Decolonized, Inclusive, and Empowering: The Role of Educational Technology
  2. The Future of Online Teaching in Teacher Education
  3. Social-emotional Impact of Technology
  4. Developing the Profession: Growing in Leadership, Academia, and Teaching Practice
  5. Frontier Technologies: XR, AI, Makerspace, and More
New Topic Themes
  • Best Practices
  • Mentoring Moments
  • Birds of a Feather
  • Research Papers
  • Workshops
  • Panel Sessions
  • SITE 360 LIVE: Posters
  • Innovator Playground Exhibits
Submission Guide
The LIVE online format allows real-time participation and interaction .We strive for the same sense of community as the face-to-face SITE conference, with the added convenience and flexibility of being online.  All accepted and presented papers receive publication and proof of participation.
Affordable
Flat rate registration for all attendees  and discounts provided for students.
Registration
Premium Content
Cutting-edge sessions and engaging formats for presenters & attendees.
Overview
Convenient
Customize your conference experience with live & virtual sessions.
Online FAQ
SUBMIT TODAY!
View this email in your browser
Twitter
Facebook
LinkedIn
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Journal of Online Learning Research – Volume 7, Number 2

Notice of this new issue was posted to the SITE group in Facebook.

Journal of Online Learning Research

September 2021 Volume 7, Number 2

Editors

Leanna Archambault; Jered Borup

Table of Contents

Teachers and Parents as Primary Sources of Support for Children During Remote and Online Instruction

Mary Rice, University of New Mexico, United States; Leanna Archambault, Arizona State University, United States; Jered Borup, George Mason University, United States

Teachers and families faced many challenges during this time and the potential for mutual frustration and animosity was great (Rice & Deschaine, 2021). First and foremost, not all families had…

pp. 109-112

Teachers’ Preparedness and Professional Learning about Using Educational Technologies During the COVID-19 Pandemic

C. Lorraine Webb, Karen L. Kohler & Rebekah E. Piper, Texas A&M University-San Antonio, United States

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted education at multi- ple levels over the last ten months. One common thread that has remained is the online learning and meeting platform for teachers, students,…

pp. 113-132

Teaching During a Pandemic: Physical Educators’ Reflections on Teaching Remotely

Brandon Foye, Boston University, United States; Michelle Grenier, University of New Hampshire, United States

This study documents the lessons learned of K-12 physical educators as they shifted from in-person to remote learning in spring 2020, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Fifteen K-12 physical …

pp. 133-151

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

Kiran Budhrani & Florence Martin, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, United States; Oliver Malabanan & Jose Lloyd Espiritu, De La Salle University – Manila, Philippines

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…

pp. 153-184

Are Parents Logged in? The Importance of Parent Involvement in K-12 Online Learning

Gina Ricker, Daniel Belenky & Mathew Koziarski, Pearson Online & Blended Learning, United States

Among the many factors that impact student performance in traditional K-12 settings, parent involvement (PI) is consistently identified as critical for student success. However, less is known about…

pp. 185-201

September 1, 2021

K-12 Online Learning

Note this update foran up-coming SITE conference.

Dear Michael Barbour,

With September just around the corner (and already reaching some of our members by the time you receive this), the SITE Interactive conference is quickly approaching. As you may recall from last year, this conference is a virtual only conference that allows us to stay in touch, share updates on projects, and more importantly share best practices related to several themes.

One of the themes for this year’s conference is “The Future of Online Teaching in Teacher Education.” As a member of the K-12 Online Learning SIG, we’re sure you may have best practices, mentoring moments, workshops, posters, panel ideas, or papers that you would like to share with other SITE members. We are now accepting proposals for the conference, and proposals are shorter than normal — only 1-2 pages!

Proposals are due by September 10th! You can find out more here: https://site.aace.org/online/#submission-presenation-types

We look forward to seeing you at this Interactive conference and hope your school year is off to a great start!

Sincerely,
K-12 Online Learning Chairs
Keryn Pratt and Cecil R Short

Personally I won’t be submitting or attending as the $195 price tag for registration for a virtual conference to interact with folks that are regularly part of my orbit is hella high (to show my NorCal influence).

August 19, 2021

Check Out Our New Themes at SITE Interactive Online

An item from the folks at SITE.

New Submission Themes at SITE Interactive Online!

For your SITE Interactive 2021 submissions, you are now offered a choice of new themes that reflect and address the ever-changing issues and challenges in education technology today.

Scope & Themes
  1. Decolonized, Inclusive, and Empowering: The Role of Educational Technology
  2. The Future of Online Teaching in Teacher Education
  3. Social-emotional Impact of Technology
  4. Developing the Profession: Growing in Leadership, Academia, and Teaching Practice
  5. Frontier Technologies: XR, AI, Makerspace, and More
Submission Guide
Affordable
Flat rate registration for all attendees  and discounts provided for students.
Registration
Premium Content
Cutting-edge sessions and engaging formats for presenters & attendees.
Overview
Convenient
Customize your conference experience with live & virtual sessions.
Online FAQ
Submit Today!
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