Tag Archives: online learning

Trends | Keeping Pace for Over a Decade Now

It may sound incredible, but with roughly 20 years passed since the World Wide Web came into worldwide use, that means that the oldest K-12 online schools and programs are now about, well, 15-20 years old. Keeping Pace with Digital Learning: … Continue reading

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A Distinct Advantage

Online internships increase adaptability to teaching with technology. GUEST COLUMN | by Dawn Towle Few would cast doubt on the need for technology in the modern classroom. A 2015 international study by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) … Continue reading

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Strength in Community

Online learning, a passionate commitment and the Detroit Public Safety Academy.   INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Isaiah Pettway started teaching in Detroit in 2008. To equip himself with the essential tools needed to serve a diverse youth population in … Continue reading

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Exploring North Dakota

ND Center for Distance Education’s State Director charts a quality course. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero It may be telling that explorers Lewis and Clark spent more time in what is now North Dakota than any other place on their … Continue reading

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Fast and Furious

While driving rapid change in education, creating an effective virtual school program. GUEST COLUMN | by Carol Ribeiro  In the past several years, we have witnessed a tremendous acceleration of transformative policies and practices driving customized learning in the K–12 … Continue reading

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