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Magazine articles on distance learning and online education.
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T.H.E. Journal
November 9, 2009
Scott Aronowitz
NASA Grant To Fund Online Professional Development for Climate Change Education PBS Teacherline has announced it has received a NASA Global Climate Change Education Grant to provide professional development courses and teaching resources to encourage the teaching of climate change topics in conjunction with science, technology, engineering, and math education. mark for My Articles 504 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
October 29, 2009
David Nagel
Q&A: iNACOL's Susan Patrick on Trends in eLearning At last count, there were more than 1 million enrollments in K-12 online schools in the United States. mark for My Articles 1982 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
October 28, 2009
David Nagel
10.5 Million PreK-12 Students Will Attend Classes Online by 2014 More than 2 million preK-12 students take some form of schooling online right now -- whether attending a virtual school for all their classes or just taking one or more courses via the Internet. mark for My Articles 410 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
October 21, 2009
Ruth Reynard
Bridging the Gap Between Online and On-ground Teaching Increasing numbers of studies are being done that seem to support the notion that blended course delivery or program delivery really captures the best of every possible world and, as such, is an effective way of learning for students. mark for My Articles 794 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
October 6, 2009
David Nagel
iNACOL Publishes Standards for K-12 Online Programs The K-12 research and advocacy association iNACOL has published the first-ever standards for K-12 online education programs, National Standards for Quality Online Programs. mark for My Articles 51 similar articles
Fast Company
September 2009
Anya Kamenetz
How Web-Savvy Edupunks Are Transforming American Higher Education Free online courses, Wiki universities, Facebook-style tutoring networks -- American higher education is being transformed by a cadre of Web-savvy edupunks. mark for My Articles 473 similar articles
The Motley Fool
July 28, 2009
Chris Jones
Who's Head of the Class in Education? For-profit education companies should keep raking in money, but are their stocks worth buying? mark for My Articles 218 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
July 1, 2009
David Nagel
Meta-Analysis: Is Blended Learning Most Effective? The United States Department of Education reported recently that it's found some evidence to support the notion that blended learning is more effective than either face to face or online learning by themselves. mark for My Articles 902 similar articles
The Motley Fool
May 28, 2009
Liz Peek
Will Uncle Sam Change For-Profit Schools' Rules? For-profit educators could face greater government intervention. mark for My Articles 374 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
May 2009
Rama Ramaswami
Even! But No Longer Odd Once regarded as an unconventional alternative for atypical students, virtual schools have achieved mainstream acceptance, and are now seen as providing an education equal to - if not better than - what their traditional counterpart offers. mark for My Articles 1955 similar articles
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