Articles in the Online Learning Category
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Schools blend face-to-face and online professional development, but traditional PD still plays a role.
Because schools of education have been slow to offer programs to develop virtual instructors, many of the nation’s leading online schools are trying to fill the void.
Offerings from many schools of education are more aligned with traditional face-to-face approaches, but some colleges are moving to incorporate more virtual PD into their programs.
A fundamental shift happening in virtual education may actually represent movement toward the mainstream.
Partisan conflicts may endanger the vision of those who see online and blended learning as an avenue to comprehensive education reform.
The state now joins Alabama, Florida, and Michigan as the only states requiring some form of online learning for graduation.
The magazine has published a report painting reforms to broaden access to virtual schooling as measures drafted to line the pockets of big business.
As e-learning moves into the K-12 mainstream, it is attracting a growing number of critics, who say it suffers from a lack of accountability and insufficient evidence of effectiveness.