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Connecting Learners or Isolating Individuals?

Bryan Mann, Nik Barkauskas
2014 International Journal of Cyber Ethics in Education  
Since cyber charters are a new educational platform, there is limited scholarly research discerning if they promote or detract from social justice in education.  ...  To synthesize these disparate arguments, the authors examine Pennsylvania cyber charter website content and news stories in the popular press.  ...  to see if the schools enhance or exacerbate social justice.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijcee.2014040104 fatcat:sqgsjhqo6jar3kwnihv4iajpze

Conceptions of Choice, Equity, & Rurality in Educational Research

James Bridgeforth, Kate Kennedy, Jacob Alonso, Taylor Enoch-Stevens
2021 The Rural Educator  
However, this belies the fact that many rural communities have similarly engaged in forms of school choice decision-making.  ...  Although school choice advocates often promote a vision of additional schooling options for all students, the predominant target of school choice researchers has been densely populated, urban cores in  ...  Mann and colleagues (2019) found that cyber charters are the mechanism of choice for parents in rural districts in Pennsylvania.  ... 
doi:10.35608/ruraled.v42i2.1242 doaj:ae1b6ed7367247fdb0b2065459577cea fatcat:tcgyno26pfc3veqs2ly3fvqkgy

A SYNTHESIS OF SLOAN-C EFFECTIVE PRACTICES - December 2008

Janet C. Moore
2019 Online Learning  
To support continuous improvement in the quality, scale and breadth of online education, the Sloan Consortium invites practitioners to share effective practices.  ...  This report synthesizes effective practices submitted by more than 150 Sloan-C organizations that are listed as of December 2008 in the Sloan-C Effective Practices online collection at http://www.sloanconsortium.org  ...  ideal message length), provocative (encourage others to respond), hermeneutical (expand concepts or connects ideas in new ways), timely (occur in a reasonable time frame-when the topic is under discussion  ... 
doi:10.24059/olj.v12i3-4.1687 fatcat:vhapp56ecrblhg3bcwddu5tl54

INJUSTICE EMBEDDED IN GOOGLE CLASSROOM AND GOOGLE MEET: A TECHNO-ETHICAL AUDIT OF REMOTE EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES

Benjamin Gleason, Marie K. Heath
2021 Italian Journal of Educational Technology  
Forcing pre-COVID-19 structures of school onto the realities of the global pandemic ignores the systemic structures embedded in public education which made pre-pandemic school places of harm for students  ...  Applied at scale and in marginalized communities, the current system denies justice for millions of students subjected to harmful educational practices.  ...  For instance, in the fall of 2020 an increasing number of families chose to send their children to cyber-charter schools in Pennsylvania, creating a financial burden on the existing public schools (VanAsdalan  ... 
doi:10.17471/2499-4324/1209 doaj:9de9c08671d14c8f87b9f154e4390a39 fatcat:vrrudp6ygrhrfbhuz27carzvsu

A SYNTHESIS OF SLOAN-C EFFECTIVE PRACTICES

Janet C. Moore
2019 Online Learning  
Encouraging continuous improvement in the quality, scale and breadth of online education, the Sloan Consortium invites practitioners to share effective practices.  ...  The synthesis includes links to the provider institutions and to detailed postings about practices.  ...  ideal message length), provocative (encourage others to respond), hermeneutical (expand concepts or connects ideas in new ways), timely (occur in a reasonable time frame-when the topic is under discussion  ... 
doi:10.24059/olj.v13i4.1649 fatcat:777ocjejrvaqjdkf5sbl25oveq

Storytelling and other skills: Building employability in higher education [chapter]

Vanna Boffo
2020 Studies on Adult Learning and Education  
To tell our story is to put back together the pieces of our existence and, in doing so, to re-build it.  ...  From this point, we are trying to put in front of the educational perspectives the narration of the self as a central point of reflection on the knowledge, competences, and capabilities for entering into  ...  Acknowledgements The Winter School on Comparative Studies in Adult Education and Lifelong Learning is only possible thanks to the engagement of many partner universities.  ... 
doi:10.36253/978-88-5518-155-6.03 fatcat:unpbgde2rbcdjieldtqklh2yum

Full Volume 1: Working Papers in Literacy, Culture, and Language Education (WPLCLE)

Serafín M. Coronel-­Molina, Bita H. Zakeri
2012 International Journal of Literacy, Culture, and Language Education  
The full issue of WPLCLE, volume 1 (2012).  ...  Two Form One classes were chosen in two schools in Gaborone, the capital of Botswana, for this study.  ...  the teaching/learning process that can hamper the achievement of the country's educational and social goals.  ... 
doi:10.14434/ijlcle.v1i0.26869 fatcat:aeugi5m2orfgtanzbnfuyn3nrm

Engaging Learners with the Internet of Things (IoT): Gen Z's Perspectives

Lidiyatul. Izzah, Muhamad Sofian. Hadi, Nor Farahwahidah Ab Rahman
2019 Zenodo  
With updated IoT connected devices, IoT presently seems to be one of the primary enablers to create quality competency-based education or even become the most vital proponent  ...  The purpose of this study is examines how learners' perspective certain the effectiveness of IoT in higher education as aiding the learning process.  ...  Regarding the use of IoT connected devices, 72% of learners agree to use of figurets/laptops in class improves learners' engagement with the content and class. When it comes to social media (e.g.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3344892 fatcat:c4rpeq4htrftzolrmjhzpxtyia

Digital Youth, Innovation, and the Unexpected

Michael A. Xenos
2009 Information, Communication & Society  
The defining frame for this series is not a particular theoretical or disciplinary approach, nor is it a fixed set of topics.  ...  Unlike the early years in the development of computers and computer-based media, digital media are now commonplace and pervasive, having been taken up by a wide range of individuals and institutions in  ...  Pedagogical strategies must be framed in the specifics of local, diverse groups of learners.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13691180802552932 fatcat:bat5m7vltndujeaay56rtdrprm

The Role of Social Movements, Coalitions, and Workers in Resisting Harmful Artificial Intelligence and Contributing to the Development of Responsible AI [article]

Susan von Struensee
2021 arXiv   pre-print
There is mounting public concern over the influence that AI based systems has in our society. Coalitions in all sectors are acting worldwide to resist hamful applications of AI.  ...  Perhaps one of the greatest contributions of AI will be to make us ultimately understand how important human wisdom truly is in life on earth.  ...  Thus, AI-based tools have three general orientations in terms of their use in schools: learner-facing, teacherfacing and system-facing. 1016 Adaptive learning systems that are learner-facing employ algorithms  ... 
arXiv:2107.14052v1 fatcat:etqo64ksjzaihmt4kr7b6auxiu

A Scientific or Regimental Staff: The Reform of Staff College Selection in the British Army, 1927-31

Iain Farquharson
2018 MCU Journal  
ARTICLE SUBMISSIONS The editors are looking for academic articles in the areas of international relations, geopolitical issues, national security and policy, and cyber security.  ...  To submit an article or to learn more about our submission guidelines, please email MCU_Press@usmcu.edu.  ...  Distancing from the home results in isolation.  ... 
doi:10.21140/mcuj.2018090101 fatcat:brgsh5ihczdahkitqqyg6alvze

The Fourth Generation of Human Rights: Epistemic Rights in Digital Lifeworlds

Mathias Risse
2021 Moral Philosophy and Politics  
In the long run, we might well need a new kind of right, the right to the exercise of genuinely human intelligence.  ...  stages of life and in terms of how they generate their own episteme, the data episteme, with its immense possibilities of infopower (a term inspired by Foucault).  ...  Third-generation rights cannot be exerted by individuals in isolation, and thus are either collective or solidarity rights.  ... 
doi:10.1515/mopp-2020-0039 fatcat:z52ptqfzrberbbh7atoalpqfmy

A PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY OF CHARTER SCHOOL STUDENTS AND PARENTS IN ONE RURAL SCHOOL DISTRICT: WHY THEY GO, THE NATURE OF THEIR EXPERIENCES, AND WHY SOME CHOOSE TO LEAVE [article]

(:Unkn) Unknown, University, My, Smith, Michael W. (Michael William)
2020
This qualitative study explores the lived experiences of students and parents who reside in a rural public school district and chose to attend a cyber charter or brick and mortar charter school.  ...  The purpose of this paper is to examine the perceptions of students and parents in relation to enrolling in a specific brick and mortar and several cyber charter schools, and if applicable, leaving said  ...  Not in CREDO research  ... 
doi:10.34944/dspace/3873 fatcat:5gpzldkvyjcefgswr6unb5lcfi

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Andrea M. Matwyshyn
2020 University of Pittsburgh law review  
collaborative role, assisting DHS and private sector groups in building online educational materials and resources and connecting learners to resources in their local libraries. that entities under its  ...  and social good."  ...  This is shown by the fact that no federal statute or FCC regulation requires the municipalities to expand or otherwise to act in contravention of the preempted  ... 
doi:10.5195/lawreview.2019.677 fatcat:7crnlfjseberzmsspzpwvzpp6q

2015 APSA Teaching and Learning Conference and Track Summaries

2015 PS: Political Science and Politics  
and the creation of connections between diff erent social spheres.  ...  isolation.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1049096515000323 fatcat:ny2k2owa7rc47kr5g34looai44
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