Tag Archives: online learning

Novel Approach

A business course at the University of Oklahoma employs innovative learning techniques. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Jeremy Short is the Rath Chair in Strategic Management at the Price College of Business at the University of Oklahoma. His research focuses … Continue reading

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Second to None

Beyond video games, online program aspires to help students master mathematics. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero While the national media has been putting a lot of focus into harnessing games in the classroom to teach core subjects, a local company has been … Continue reading

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Trends | Digital Divide Data

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Abundant Learning

An immigrant teacher from a world away makes the world his classroom. GUEST COLUMN | by Qazim Aliu After teaching English in Kosovo for over 30 years, I decided it was time for change. I retired and immigrated to the U.S. to … Continue reading

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The Producers

Teaching Assistants take on a new role in the shifting world of online learning. GUEST COLUMN | by Rony Zarom Thanks to the growing popularity and interest in the online classroom, the roles of the professor and teaching assistant (TA) … Continue reading

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Trends | Infographic: Online Education Around the World

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Trends | Infographic: The Learning Research Environment

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Trends | Infographic: Adventures in Online Learning

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LATAM Online

SMARTER SCHOOLS | by Michael Spencer Examining the drivers of the explosive growth in online learning here and to the South. It is a well-known fact that over 6 million students in the U.S. are enrolled in some kind of … Continue reading

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Ticket to Your Dreams

Promising access to the very best instruction from the world’s experts could be interesting. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero In 2010, renowned sports photographer Chase Jarvis partnered with Craig Swanson to create an online space where professional photographers could teach … Continue reading

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Learning about Learnist

Farb Nivi, founder of Grockit and Learnist, takes a quick quiz. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Victor: You’ve got a lot going on these days! What drives you purpose wise as you move forward with Learnist? Farb: The history of technology … Continue reading

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Son of a Teacher Man

GUEST COLUMN | by David Siminoff For students seeking online help to guide them through their schoolwork, there are plenty of resources readily available. But what about teachers? Don’t they get any love? You betcha. Shmoop, a publisher of digital … Continue reading

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Trends | HotChalk Education Index Q1 2013

Here’s a potentially great source of continuing data about online learning, technology in education and issues pertinent to teachers and students in today’s classrooms. The newly-launched HotChalk Education Index promises to deliver insights to publishers, policy makers, and educators about … Continue reading

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A Little Edgenuity

An innovative, student-centered approach to instruction goes a long way  INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero They’ve built tremendous credibility with their school partners under the E2020 brand, but they’ve also evolved a great deal from their start as a company … Continue reading

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Trends | Infographic: Online Education: Non-Profits Fight Back?

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Trends | Infographic: The Future of Higher Education

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Interview | J.T. Allen Walks Students Forward with myFootpath

J.T. Allen started myFootpath in 2000 with his mother, a longtime guidance counselor. Initially, they created the company to try and make the “going to college” process easier for students and families. “As anyone that’s been through this process can … Continue reading

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How Technology Can Transform Classrooms

EDTECH CHALLENGE | by Jesse M. Langley Getting technology integrated into classrooms is an extremely important move toward giving students the tools they need to succeed. But just getting new technologies into old classrooms isn’t enough. Reaching the true potential … Continue reading

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Interview | David Butler: The Future of Music Education

Nothing less than a revolution in how music education takes place. That’s what former AOL exec David Butler has developed and is bringing into widespread usage. Sure, teaching via video has been around since at least the 1980s, distance learning … Continue reading

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Trends | Infographic: The Digital Promise

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Trends | Infographic: Scholars on Twitter

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Interview | Alvin Crawford: Delivering the Knowledge

Knowledge Delivery Systems is a leading provider of strategic professional development courses for teachers, schools and districts nationwide. They develop high-quality online courses through their state-of-the-art eClassroom platform, and deliver them in an engaging and focused manner – aimed on … Continue reading

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Trends | No Child Held Back

Here’s a fresh take to an old problem: instead of an emphasize on No Child Left Behind, how about No Child Held Back? What if we focused on helping all children reach their maximum potential instead of just reducing failure rates? That’s exactly … Continue reading

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Interview | Burck Smith: A StraighterLine to Education

Back in 1999, Burck Smith wrote a magazine article describing what education would look like in 2015. Time flies and it’s only four years away. His predictions are coming true, and for good reason: the best way to predict the … Continue reading

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Trends | Infographic: Online Students vs. Traditional Students

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