by Marla Clark
"Based on data from Project Tomorrow’s Speak Up 2012 survey of more than 364,000 K–12 students, 39,700 parents, 56,000 teachers and librarians and 6,000 district and school administrators and technology leaders, this latest report examines trends “using an inside-out perspective on the classroom” and the “variety of online learning strategies” schools are leveraging to engage students. Key findings reflect the insights and experiences of four key stakeholder groups:
-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;
-andstudents who continue to be enamored with the potential of online learning to transform their educational experience."
Via Jim Lerman