Education Anywhere: Distance and K-12 Education

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Successful Online Teaching

By Rick Holbeck

An article by Dr. Bruce A. Johnson entitled "Become a Successful Online Educator Using These Strategies"

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Hold the Volume Constant

By Timothy Gehle – 7 Comments

Does increasing the required volume of knowledge increase student achievement?

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Critical Thinking and Entitlement

By Timothy Gehle – 13 Comments

Anecdotal insights indicate that entitlement might be a root of poor critical thinking skills.

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Student Readiness

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Could pre-K through 21 educational planning solve the readiness issue?

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If students are in school longer, teachers can teach more and students are subsequently bound to learn more, right?

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Is Identical Learning a Reasonable Goal?

By Timothy Gehle – 4 Comments

Should all K-12 students be required to learn exactly the same things to exactly the same level of proficiency?

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Theory X and Theory Y: What Works Online?

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How should leaders lead online faculty?

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Improving Education through Mutual Respect

By Timothy Gehle – 6 Comments

Is changing educational methods the only way to improve education?

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Teaching Math in the Online Environment

By Timothy Gehle – 9 Comments

Teaching mathematics at the secondary level is tough. Is it tougher teaching it online?

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The Education Pendulum - Part 2

By Timothy Gehle – 6 Comments

This two-part series looks at what the education pendulum is and how educators might begin to counteract it and mitigate its effects.

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This channel explores current issues in the sphere of distance education/ technology-assisted learning, accentuates student successes, and promotes conversation by suggesting educational applications of current technologies; addressing controversial topics; or taking a satirical view of scholars, scholarship, and scholarly issues.

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