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  • ----- Meeting Notes (3/7/13 07:22) -----Using a definition of at-risk that included students at risk of dropping out, students with special needs, minority racial/ethnic students, low socio-economic groups, and English learners, the programs were asked what percentage of their students were considered at-risk.
  • ----- Meeting Notes (3/7/13 07:22) -----Using a definition of at-risk that included students at risk of dropping out, students with special needs, minority racial/ethnic students, low socio-economic groups, and English learners, the programs were asked what percentage of their students were considered at-risk.
  • Using a definition of at-risk that included students at risk of dropping out, students with special needs, minority racial/ethnic students, low socio-economic groups, and English learners, the programs were asked what percentage of their students were considered at-risk.
  • K 12 distance learning

    1. 1. K-12 Students with Disabilities Barbara Serianni & Eleazar Vasquez University of Central Florida
    2. 2. Barbara Serianni Doctoral Student Current Project: Understanding if and why online instruction for Algebra I is working for students with learning disabilities Eleazar Vasquez Assistant Professor, BCBA-D, UCF Current Project: Social interactions for students with autism across two innovative technologies (Teach Live & PVA)
    3. 3. • Strained budgets • Inadequate resources • Underserved groups of students • Lack of highly qualified teachers
    4. 4. “Media are mere vehicles that deliver instruction but do not influence student achievement any more than the truck that delivers our groceries causes changes in our nutrition.”
    5. 5. PHENOMENON between traditional and technology delivered instruction. I did not use any scientific sampling method but instead listed every study found that showed no significant difference. . . .” T.L. Russell (1999)
    6. 6. 25% of programs reported 75% 21% of programs reported 51-75% 17% of programs reported 11-25% (Archambault et al., 2010) .
    7. 7. • NO STATE mandates additional certification • Georgia, Idaho, Louisiana, Michigan, & South Carolina have OPTIONAL certification • NO state standards • iNACOL has published national standards for quality online teaching (guidelines)
    8. 8. Identify characteristics of successful online learners Establish best practices Requirements for online teacher certification Examine quality of online learning experiences – especially for low performing
    9. 9. Identify characteristics of successful online learners Establish best practices Requirements for online teacher certification Improve interaction between brick- and-mortar and online learners
    10. 10. http://centerononlinelearning.org/
    11. 11. University of Central Florida barbara.serianni@ucf.edu https://sites.google.com/site/seriannionline/ eleazar.vasquez@ucf.edu http://vasquezvillage.com/
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