MDDE 630: Trends and Issues in K-12 Online and Blended Learning Report a Broken Link

Week 1 Readings

Barbour, M. (2012). State of the nation: K-12 online learning in Canada. International Association for K-12 online Learning. Open School BC.
Berge, Z. L., & Schrum, L. (1998). Linking strategic planning with program implementation for distance education. CAUSE/EFFECT Journal, 21(3).
Watson, J., Murin, A., Vashaw, L., Gemin, B., & Rapp, C. (2015). Keeping pace with K-12 digital learning: An annual review of policy and practice . Keeping Pace with K-12 Digital Learning. Evergreen Education Group.

Week 2 Readings

Canadian Council on Learning (2012). Online learning in Canada: At at tipping point a cross-country check-up 2012.ON: Contact North.
Cavanaugh, C., Barbour, M., & Clark, T. (2009). Research and practice in K-12 online learning: A review of open access literature. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 10(1).
Halverson, E. (2011). Do social networking technologies have a place in formal learning environments? On the Horizon. 19(1), 62-67.
Swaffield, S. (2008). Critical friendship, dialogue and learning, in the context of leadership for learning. School Leadership & Management, 28(4), 323-336.

Week 3 Readings

Barron, A., Kemker, K., Harmes, C., & Kalaydjian, K. (2003). Large-scale research study on technology in K-12 schools: Technology integration as it relates to the National Technology Standards. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 35(4).
Watson, J. (2008). Blended learning: The convergence of online and face-to-face education. Promising Practices in online learning . North American Council for Online Learning. USA: International Association for K-12 Online Learning.
Luppicini, R. (2008). Educational technology at a crossroads: Examining the development of the academic field in Canada. Educational Technology & Society, 11(4), 28–296.

Week 4 Readings

Anderson, T. (2008). Is videoconferencing the killer app for K-12 distance education?Journal of Distance Education, 22(2), 109-124.
Carabaneau, L., Trandafir, R., & Mierlus-Mazilu, I. (n.d.). Trends in E-Learning. CodeWitz Network
Johnson, K., Trabelsi, H., & Fabbro, E. (2008). Library support for e-learners: e-Resources, e-services and the human factors. In T. Anderson (Ed.), The theory and practice of online learning. Edmonton AB: AU Press.
Week 5 no Readings

Week 6 Readings

Buckenmeyer, J. (2010). Beyond computers in the classroom: Factors related to technology adoption to enhance teaching and learning. Contemporary Issues in Education Research, 3(4).
Eib, B. & Steele, G. (2004). Districtwide technology integration: A case study. Principal Leadership, 4(7).
Hall, G. (2010). Technology's achilles heel: Achieving high-quality implementation. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 42(3).
Kim, P., Hagashi, T., Carillo, L., Gonzales, I., Makany, T., Lee B., & Garate, A. (2011). Socioeconomic strata, mobile technology, and education: a comparative analysis. Educational Technology Research and Development 59(4), 465-486. (pdf)

Week 7 Readings

Bhati, N., Mercer, S., Rankin, K., & Thomas, B. (2009). Barriers and facilitators to the adoption of tools for online pedagogy. International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning, 5(3), 5-19.
Canadian Council on Learning. (2009). State of E-Learning in Canada. (Note: Concentrate on Section 1, 3, 5 and/or 6).
Lowther, D., Inan, F., Strahl, D., & Ross, S. (2008). Does technology integration “work” when key barriers are removed? Educational Media International, 45(3), 195–213.

Week 8 Reading

Ertmer, P., & Ottenbreit-Leftwich, A. (2010). Teacher technology change: How knowledge, confidence, beliefs, and culture intersect. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 42(3), 255-284.
Jonassen, D. (2012). Designing for decision making. Educational Technology Research and Development, 60(2), 341-359.
Williams, P. (2008). Leading schools in the digital age: A clash of cultures. School Leadership and Management, 28(3), 213-228.

Week 9 Readings

Frank, K., Zhao, Y., Penuel, W., Ellefson, N., & Porter, S. (2011). Focus, fiddle, and friends: Experiences that transform knowledge for the implementation. Sociology of Education 84(2), 137-156.
Gibson, J., Pennington, R., Stenoff, D., & Hopper, J. (2010). Using desktop videoconferencing to deliver interventions to a preschool student with autism. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education 29(4), 214-225.
Kopcha, T. (2010). A systems-based approach to technology integration using mentoring and communities of practice. Educational technology Research and Development 58(2), 175-190.

Week 10 Reading

Archambault, L., & Crippen, K. (2009). K–12 Distance educators at work: Who’s teaching online across the United States. Journal of Research on Technology in Education 41(4), 363-391.
Eisenkraft, A. (2009). Retrospective analysis of technological literacy of K-12 students in the USA. International Journal of Technology and Design Education 20(3), 277-303.
Quilli, S., & Joki, R. (2011). Investigating roles of online school principals. Journal of Research on Technology in Education 44(2), 141–160.

Week 11 Readings

Davies, R. (2011). Understanding technology literacy: A framework for evaluating educational technology integration. TechTrends,55(5), 45-52.
Means, B. (2010). Technology and education change: Focus on student learning. Journal of Research on Technology in Education 42(3), 285–307.

Week 12 Readings

Government of British Columbia (2012). Distributed learning - General.
Kim, C., & Santiago, R. (2005). Construction of E-Learning Environments in Korea. Educational Technology Research & Development, 53(4), 108-115.
Evaluation and Accountability. Department of Education, Government of Western Australia
Role of ICT in education. ICT in Education, UNESCO Bangkok.
eLearning Ontario. Ontario Ministry of Education.
Alberta Education  
European SchoolNet