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Byrne, Virginia L.; Ketelhut, Diane Jass; Moncrieffe, Keyshawn – Journal of Online Learning Research, 2023
As the COVID-19 pandemic forced schools to close their buildings, public PK12 educators in the US had to pivot to something they had never done before or been trained to do: teach online. While significant research exists on how educators learn to teach online in higher education and specialty PK12 settings, the pandemic provided a novel…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Online Courses, School Closing
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Darling-Aduana, Jennifer; Shero, Mason – Journal of Online Learning Research, 2023
Algebra 1 is a gatekeeper course with profound implications for students' academic and professional success. This study examines the implications of teaching Algebra 1 through a standardized, fully online, asynchronous course developed by one of the largest online course vendors in the United States in alignment with Common Core State Standards…
Descriptors: Algebra, Mathematics Instruction, Online Courses, Asynchronous Communication
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Owen, Aleksa; Friedman, Carli; Owen, Randall – Journal of Online Learning Research, 2023
COVID-19 school closures made household access to educational devices and the internet crucial to maintaining educational milestones. While researchers have studied technology needs of students with disabilities, less attention has been given to how households with adults with disabilities living with school-age children access educational devices…
Descriptors: Parents, Disabilities, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Woo, Lauren; Archambault, Leanna – Journal of Online Learning Research, 2023
The COVID-19 pandemic caused abrupt school closures and transitions to emergency remote teaching, which impacted millions of educators worldwide. Given an overall lack of international perspectives in related research, there is a need to work toward gaining a more comprehensive understanding of the impact of the pandemic on teaching. This study…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Distance Education, School Closing
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Kingsbury, Ian; Marshall, David T. – Journal of Online Learning Research, 2023
Many K-12 brick-and-mortar public schools now grant students the option of taking some of their courses online. Yet, a scant academic literature probes where online course choice exists and why it is utilized. We partnered with a market research firm to solicit 450 responses from a nationally representative group of American parents of public…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Online Courses, Elementary School Students, Secondary School Students
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Ebner, Aviva – Journal of Online Learning Research, 2023
Schools are typically highly structured institutions, so any shifts in processes can potentially generate anxiety, confusion, and even anger among staff. As such, when there is frequent change, initiatives often fail to achieve their intended goals. Well-intentioned initiatives can go awry when not consistently implemented correctly by all staff;…
Descriptors: Virtual Schools, Change Strategies, Reliability, Access to Information
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Hrastinski, Stefan; Akerfeldt, Anna; Bergdahl, Nina – Journal of Online Learning Research, 2023
Despite increased interest in synchronous remote K-12 education, there is limited research on how students perceive such education. This article explores student perceptions of remote education, tutor support, social presence, learning and satisfaction. We developed a survey, and after distributing it and analyzing the results, the survey was…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Elementary Secondary Education, Synchronous Communication, Distance Education
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Herrin, Staci; Colson, Tori; Smothers, Moriah; Minihan, Catherine – Journal of Online Learning Research, 2023
The purpose of this article is to examine ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic impacted the adoption and perception of virtual programs in Indiana public school districts. This mixed-methods sequential explanatory study focuses on beliefs held by Indiana public school superintendents and virtual program administrators regarding the growth of…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Distance Education, Electronic Learning
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Wandix-White, Diana; Young, Jemimah; Ogletree, Quinita – Journal of Online Learning Research, 2023
Black girls' intersectionality of race and gender puts them in double jeopardy of experiencing both racial and gender discrimination in brick-and-mortar school settings. Virtual classrooms do not completely extinguish the fires that threaten to incinerate Black girls' academic and personal growth, but for many Black girls, the advent of mass…
Descriptors: African American Students, Females, Electronic Learning, Preferences
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Garza-Reyna, Gina L.; Riley, Jacqueline; Muñoz, Ava – Journal of Online Learning Research, 2023
This study examined the perceived benefits and challenges of using synchronous videoconferencing as a tool to teach academic content and engage United States (U.S.) elementary students in intercultural exchanges with peers in other countries. The study employed a sequential mixed-methods design that consisted of first surveying, then interviewing…
Descriptors: Videoconferencing, Synchronous Communication, Exchange Programs, Intercultural Communication
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Currie, Cailin; Rajanbabu, Poojashree; King, Danara – Journal of Online Learning Research, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic exposed students to increased social-emotional stressors and instigated an emergency pivot to online teaching and learning. In doing so, it highlighted the need for effective social-emotional learning (SEL) programming in online learning environments. In response, this study explored how to adapt a widely used, traditional,…
Descriptors: Guides, Online Courses, Role Playing, Social Emotional Learning
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Geesa, Rachel Louise; Robbins, Kirsten; Shively, Kate – Journal of Online Learning Research, 2022
In this study, we sought to develop a model to provide educators with training and resources to effectively support and guide social-emotional learning (SEL) in PK-12 online environments, which we refer to as o-SEL. We utilized five national sets of standards and competencies to guide the development of six online modules for educators to gain…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Online Courses, Social Emotional Learning, Kindergarten
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Miller, Karyn E. – Journal of Online Learning Research, 2022
This study explores how schools communicated and engaged with families in online/blended learning environments to support students' social-emotional well-being. In the form of reflective learning journals and asynchronous peer discussions, documents were collected during Spring 2020, Fall 2020, and Spring 2021 from a graduate course for…
Descriptors: Social Emotional Learning, Reflection, Family School Relationship, Communication (Thought Transfer)
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Nash, Brady L. – Journal of Online Learning Research, 2022
During the 2020-2021 academic year, teachers worked to adapt to newly virtual environments as the COVID-19 pandemic closed schools and moved both classrooms and professional development activity online. Even before the shift to online learning brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, online professional development (PD) had become increasingly…
Descriptors: Social Emotional Learning, Faculty Development, Electronic Learning, Middle School Teachers
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Hollingshead, Aleksandra; Malone, Kalley; Kitchel, Allen – Journal of Online Learning Research, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic necessitated teachers and students to adopt and adapt to online learning (OL) in a matter of days. The unfortunate school closure situation placed researchers in a remarkable position. This survey-based descriptive study investigated the experiences of teachers in the United States, including an analysis that factors in…
Descriptors: Teaching Experience, COVID-19, Pandemics, Learner Engagement
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