Tag Archives: California

Data mining demonstrates outcomes in blended schools in California

Keeping Pace 2011 included this statement: “[w]e need to better understand under the conditions in which online learning works. When we hear the term “research,” however, we think of multi-year studies, with large numbers of randomly selected students using specific content or technology that is being tested. The students are then assessed and results compared […]

California blended learning student numbers update

In a recent post reporting on the California online and blended learning student numbers we said this: “The CLRN report counts 150,589 students “participating in blended learning” in school year 2013-14. The CLRN research is a census, not a sample, and given that the student count comes from 31% of districts in California, the number […]

Blended learning: when will we see quantifiable outcomes?

A previous blog post made this statement: “As of early 2014, we are seeing several inflection points in the application of technology in education, some of which have the potential to determine whether the definitions and categories [of blended learning] are important.” The post then explained one of those inflection points, which is that studies, […]

CLRN eLearning Census: District Reflections on Digital Learning Implementations

Among the most notable information within CLRN’s California 2014 eLearning Census, which we discussed late last week, is the section titled “What Districts & Charters Would Do Differently.” CLRN asked respondents what they would change in their program implementation given what they know now, without providing any multiple-choice options for responses. All answers were entirely respondent-generated. […]

California eLearning Census findings

The California Learning Resource Network (CLRN) has published its 2014 California eLearning Census, finding, in its words, “Increasing Depth and Breadth.” We’ll look at the summary findings today, and dig into some of the district comments in a post next week. The key points include: “The census counted 174,632 virtual and blended students in 2013-2014, […]

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