Welcome to NDLW Webinars
Pre K-12: Integration of Virtual Education
      Webinars & Audio Conference
      Sponsored by:
Introduction-USDLA
                             Dr. John G. Flores
                             Chief Executive Officer
  ...
Mission & Purpose
•   Mission:
    To support the development and application of distance
    learning, education and trai...
How Big Is It?
• The global education and training market is
  currently estimated at $2 trillion, out of which the
  U.S....
Marci Powell
Polycom Global Director- Higher Education
USDLA President
marci.powell@polycom.com & mpowell@usdla.org
www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
Across the Nation




Connectivity and Courses

    www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
Enhancing Curriculum

• Content Providers:
  – Museums, science centers
    • NCLB- Meet the objectives
  – Colleges and u...
Content Providers




www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
Global Economy

431 Human Resources Officials

 – Basics PLUS Applied Skills
    • Communication
    • Problem Solving
   ...
www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
Kim Rugh
Instructional Leader
Florida Virtual School (FLVS)
1-407-644-9535 -- krugh@flvs.net
www.flvs.net
Introduction
There’s a wider, more level field for
     teachers and students.
                  Three billion people who
...
Markets & Size




www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
Trends & Issues
                                           21st Century Skills




                                       ...
Future
Future: Students prepared to live
  and work in the 21st century
  The flat world is driven by those who,
  “adapt ...
Jan Zanetis
Market Development Manager-Education and
Training,
TANDBERG, L.L.C.
1.615.822.3678 - jan.zanetis@tandberg.com
...
Markets & Size

•Higher Education
•Corporate Training
•K-12
  •Public/Private
  •Non-traditional settings

        www.ndl...
Trends & Issues




www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
Trends & Issues

•Connectivity and Bandwidth
•Equity
•Funding
•Professional Development
•Convergence
          www.ndlw.or...
Future

•Students as Content Creators and
Global Collaborators
•Desktop Applications
•3G…Mobile solutions
•Convergence…Syn...
Liz R. Pape
Chief Executive Officer
Virtual High School (VHS)
1.978.450.0411-- LPape@goVHS.org
www.goVHS.org
Introduction: About VHS
        • A non profit global
                    consortium of over 400
                    high ...
National Markets & Size
•   63.1% of public school districts had students enrolled
    in a fully online or blended course...
Markets & Size
• Growth
  – 11,000 students
  – Over 400 schools
  – 312 courses and teachers
  – 30 states and 23 countri...
Course Quality Measures

• AP pass rates: 66%
• AP exam take rates:73%
• Course completion rates: 79%
• Credit recovery ra...
Professional Development Measures


•   Professional development grad rate: 91%
•   1st-semester teacher success rate: 87%...
Program and Services

• Membership retention rates: 84%(07/08) 88%(3-yr
  cumulative)
• Course seat utilization: 85%
• Sat...
Trends & Issues
 Research on types of online experiences and preparation
  of online teachers: Dr. Susan Lowes, Teachers ...
Research Findings
 “Trans-classroom” teachers: teachers who move
  back and forth between online and f2f classrooms,
  mu...
Future
• Growth
  – 20-30 percent annual growth
• Quality
  – Accreditation Improvement Plan:
    • Increase course comple...
Thank You
 International Forum for Women in e-Learning (IFWE) III,
    November 28-30, 2007 in Santa Fe, New Mexico,
    ...
www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
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Pre K-12: Integration of Virtual Education - National Distance Learning Week 2007

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Pre K-12: Integration of Virtual Education - National Distance Learning Week 2007

  1. 1. Welcome to NDLW Webinars Pre K-12: Integration of Virtual Education Webinars & Audio Conference Sponsored by:
  2. 2. Introduction-USDLA Dr. John G. Flores Chief Executive Officer United States Distance Learning Association Agenda 1. About USDLA Ms. Marci Powell President, USDLA 2. Markets Info Global Director for Higher Education, Polycom, 3. Polycom Inc. 4. FLVS 5. Tandberg Dr. Kenneth E. Hartman 6. VHS 2007 NDLW National Committee Chairman 7. Thank You Academic Director, Drexel University Online Mr. Eric Nicklas K-12 Program Manager MOREnet www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  3. 3. Mission & Purpose • Mission: To support the development and application of distance learning, education and training (DLE&T) by uniting learners around the world. • Purpose: In 1987, the USDLA was founded on the premise of creating a powerful alliance to meet the burgeoning education and training needs of learning communities globally. • Learning, education and training communities include: • Corporate Training - Pre K-12 - Higher Education • Home Schooling - Continuing Education • Military & Government Education & Training • Telehealth – Multinationals www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  4. 4. How Big Is It? • The global education and training market is currently estimated at $2 trillion, out of which the U.S.A has a share of $740 billion. • Schools expect the number of online students to grow to over 2.6 million. • e-Learning is now estimated to represent about 10% of the overall training and educational market. www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  5. 5. Marci Powell Polycom Global Director- Higher Education USDLA President marci.powell@polycom.com & mpowell@usdla.org
  6. 6. www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  7. 7. www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  8. 8. Across the Nation Connectivity and Courses www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  9. 9. Enhancing Curriculum • Content Providers: – Museums, science centers • NCLB- Meet the objectives – Colleges and universities • Vanderbilt • College 101 – Subject Matter Experts – Special Events: Dr. Ben Carson, Jim Stovall www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  10. 10. Content Providers www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  11. 11. Global Economy 431 Human Resources Officials – Basics PLUS Applied Skills • Communication • Problem Solving • Team Work/Collaboration www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  12. 12. www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  13. 13. Kim Rugh Instructional Leader Florida Virtual School (FLVS) 1-407-644-9535 -- krugh@flvs.net www.flvs.net
  14. 14. Introduction There’s a wider, more level field for teachers and students. Three billion people who have never been allowed to compete and collaborate before find themselves suddenly “liberated to plug and play with everybody else.” www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  15. 15. Markets & Size www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  16. 16. Trends & Issues 21st Century Skills Curriculum Assessment & Evaluation FLVS FLVS Professional Development Performance Management Graphic courtesy of Ken Kay, Partnership for 21st Century Skills, www.21stcenturyskills.org www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  17. 17. Future Future: Students prepared to live and work in the 21st century The flat world is driven by those who, “adapt themselves quickly to its processes and technologies, and start to march forward—without any treaties or advice.” Thomas Friedman www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  18. 18. Jan Zanetis Market Development Manager-Education and Training, TANDBERG, L.L.C. 1.615.822.3678 - jan.zanetis@tandberg.com www.tandberg.com
  19. 19. Markets & Size •Higher Education •Corporate Training •K-12 •Public/Private •Non-traditional settings www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  20. 20. Trends & Issues www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  21. 21. Trends & Issues •Connectivity and Bandwidth •Equity •Funding •Professional Development •Convergence www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  22. 22. Future •Students as Content Creators and Global Collaborators •Desktop Applications •3G…Mobile solutions •Convergence…Synchronous with Asynchronous www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  23. 23. Liz R. Pape Chief Executive Officer Virtual High School (VHS) 1.978.450.0411-- LPape@goVHS.org www.goVHS.org
  24. 24. Introduction: About VHS • A non profit global consortium of over 400 high schools offering innovative online courses • Currently in 12th year of online course delivery • Originally funded by the Federal DOE through a 7.8M tech. grant – five years of research & development www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  25. 25. National Markets & Size • 63.1% of public school districts had students enrolled in a fully online or blended course • 57.9% of public school districts had students enrolled in a fully online course From: K-12 Online Learning, A Survey of U.S. School Administrators; Anthony G. Picciano, Hunter College and Graduate Center of the City University of New York; Jeff Seaman, The Sloan Consortium, Olin and Babson Colleges • Growth of K-12 online course enrollments: • 40-50K in 2000/2001 (Clark 2001) • 180K in 2001/2002 (Peak Group, 2002) • 300K in 2002/2003 (Newman, Stein and Trask, 2003) • 700k in 2005/2006 (Piccciano, Seaman 2006) www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  26. 26. Markets & Size • Growth – 11,000 students – Over 400 schools – 312 courses and teachers – 30 states and 23 countries • Quality – Courses – Professional development – Program and Services www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  27. 27. Course Quality Measures • AP pass rates: 66% • AP exam take rates:73% • Course completion rates: 79% • Credit recovery rate (summer):63% • Satisfaction with VHS course quality: – 92% superintendents – 100% principals – 98% Site Coordinators • Course features, teacher satisfaction: – 92%: engagement in course work – 78%: collaborative learning – 97%: 21st century skills development www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  28. 28. Professional Development Measures • Professional development grad rate: 91% • 1st-semester teacher success rate: 87% • % of all teachers remaining with mentor: 5% • Satisfied with VHS professional development – 99% principals • Applying VHS pedagogy to f2f teaching – 79% teachers www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  29. 29. Program and Services • Membership retention rates: 84%(07/08) 88%(3-yr cumulative) • Course seat utilization: 85% • Satisfaction with electronic communications: email – Teachers: 99%, SCs: 96% • Website – Teachers: 97%, SCs: 98% • Newsletter/Annual Report – Superintendents: 86%/68% – Principals: 78%/79% – Teachers: 79%/54% – SCs: 84%/54% www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  30. 30. Trends & Issues  Research on types of online experiences and preparation of online teachers: Dr. Susan Lowes, Teachers College, Columbia University  Virtual courses  Main interactions are one-on-one: teacher-student, student-content  Generally self-paced  Virtual classrooms  Main interactions are whole class: teacher-class, student-student (usually in discussion forums), as well as student-content  All follow same weekly schedule www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  31. 31. Research Findings  “Trans-classroom” teachers: teachers who move back and forth between online and f2f classrooms, much as trans-national migrants move between countries  Eliminated lessons that now seemed poorly designed  Designed or redesigned lessons using backward design principles  Provided more detailed instructions  Greater emphasis on class participation  Greater emphasis on independent learning  Changes in questioning techniques  Greater emphasis on metacognition/reflection www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  32. 32. Future • Growth – 20-30 percent annual growth • Quality – Accreditation Improvement Plan: • Increase course completion rates and student achievement rates • Increase feedback response rates • Pilot Projects – International Baccalaureate courses www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  33. 33. Thank You  International Forum for Women in e-Learning (IFWE) III, November 28-30, 2007 in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Eldorado Hotel & Spa http://www.usdla.org/html/events/ifwe/  2008 USDLA Annual National Conference, April 20-23, 2007 in St. Louis, MO & Call for Proposals (Due December 1, 2007): http://www.txdla.org/usdlaCFP2008.asp Website: http://www.usdla.org/2008anc/USDLA2008_Home.htm  2008 USDLA International Distance Learning Awards (Due January 14, 2008) http://www.usdla.org/html/events/dlAwards.htm  Distance Learning Today (Quarterly Publication): ADVERTISING CLOSE DATE: December 14, 2007 http://www.dltoday.net/ www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org
  34. 34. www.ndlw.org & www.usdla.org

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