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Online learning

  1. 1.   51% more flexibility-learn at their pace (anytime-any place)  49% college credit  44% receive course work not offered at their local school  35% to get more individualized instruction
  2. 2.   high school graduation rate is 70%  high school graduation rate for students of color is 50%  50 million students in K-12 education  China has 60 million students in gifted and talented programs alone  can not afford to loose even one student!  spend more money per student on education (other than Switzerland)  600 billion dollars per year-with some of the lowest results  What happens in the U.S. if a student fails a course - Algebra I  Graduation from college has proven to be the most influential method of changing the family cycle of poverty
  3. 3.   In 2000 - 50,000 U.S. students took online courses  In 2010 - 3 million U. S. students took online course  30% annual growth rate  China projects within the next 10 years to be able to reach over 100 million new students  40% of U.S. schools do not offer any A.P. courses  duel enrolment - high school/college  teacher shortage - 40% of the schools report they are not able to locate a certified teacher in some academic areas  50% of our school districts use online to reduce scheduling conflicts  60% of our schools report they use online learning for credit recovery and to serve students with disabilities
  4. 4.   3 million teachers in the U.S. today / 1.5 million teachers projected to retire in the next 10 years  presently teachers come from the lower 10% of the college graduation / other countries get their teachers from the upper 25%  we need to change how we do things in America if we want better results  we need to elevate the importance of education in our society to be competitive in the global society
  5. 5. •  Technology is: •  An integral part of their lives •  An essential tool for •  locating information •  communicating •  entertainment•  Expect their education to be in line with their every day technology-rich experience A National Primer on K-12 Online Learning, Version 2, November 2010, iNACOL
  6. 6.   District-led online schools  Expansion of blended (hybrid) learning  Acceptance of mobile learning*A National Primer on K-12 Online Learning, Version 2, Nov. 2010iNACOL
  7. 7.  First-hand experience Conference quote Growth of industries Programs, charters, collaboratives Teacher certificate and training programs Numerous publications Textbook companies going online
  8. 8. Google: “blended learning history growth”
  9. 9. •  Economically efficient •  Immediate feedback•  Instructionally efficient •  Repository of Instruction•  Relationship efficient •  Instructional Continuity•  Personalized •  Is or will be expected
  10. 10.   Student-centric Disrupting Class Clayton Christensen  Differentiation  On-demand  Customized
  11. 11. •  Teachers•  Learning Management System Blackboard, D2L Moodle, Haiku Schoology, BrainHoney•  Content Purchased, Created•  Communication Elluminate, DimDim, Mokogo
  12. 12.   Blended Learning  Online Learning  Mobile Learning  Cloud Computing  Individualization  Collaborative Environments
  13. 13. •  A National Primer on K-12 Online Learning, Version 2, Nov 2010, iNACOL•  eSchool News Special Report: Blended Learning On The Rise the-rise/•  5 Ed Tech Trends for the Future tech_themes_for_2010.html?sms_ss=blogger&at_xt=4d1da124ff589cba%2C0•  6 Big Trends to Watch in 2011 tag=nl.e539•  5 K12 Trends for 2011 tag=nl.e539