2013 Trends in Online Learning Virtual, Blended and Flipped Classrooms highlights the latest Speak Up data with a particular focus on the role that online learning strategies can play within school and district digital conversions. With the impending implementation of the Common Core State Standards and other new standards, the timing is right to tap into the insights of key education stakeholders to explore both the benefits of online learning as well as how to leverage these tools and resources effectively to transform the learning experience.
Since 2007, Project Tomorrow has partnered with Blackboard Inc. to create a series of annual reports that focus on the year to year trends in the use of online learning to change the classroom learning paradigm through an in-depth analysis of the latest Speak Up national findings. In this latest update report, we examine the trends using an inside-out perspective on the classroom and the use of a variety of online learning strategies with students. In particular, we focus this year on the insights and experiences of four key stakeholders: administrators who have implemented online courses within their schools and districts, online learning teachers in virtual, blended or flipped classrooms, parents with personal online learning experiences, and the students who continue to be enamored with the potential of online learning to transform their educational experience.
Key trends highlighted in the report include:
Click here to download a copy of the report from the Blackboard, Inc. website.
Join us for a webinar on Wednesday, July 31 at 3PM EDT to hear Julie Evans, CEO of Project Tomorrow, present the findings and host a panel discussion.
2013 Trends in Online Learning Virtual, Blended and Flipped Classrooms
With Blackboard K12 and Project Tomorrow
When: Wednesday July 31, 2013
Time: 3:00PM Eastern Time
The digital conversion means different things to different education leaders in K-12. But this year's Speak Up Survey data reveals an exciting new trend — they seem to agree that online learning options are providing more ways to engage students. Join us for this panel-style webinar to learn about the latest trends in K-12 online learning. Hear from K-12 teachers and administrators about how they are utilizing technology to connect with parents and provide students flexibility and access to more learning tools.
If you think this data is interesting and would like to gain a better understanding about your stakeholders’ perspectives about the use of technology for learning, participate in Speak Up 2013. The online surveys will be open Oct 2 – Dec 20, 2013 and survey results will be available in Feb 2014.
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