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2012 State of the Nation: K-12 Online Learning in Canada

April 2013. Listen to panelists discuss findings from the fifth annual 2012 State of the Nation: K-12 Online Learning in Canada, explaining how K-12 online learning has evolved in Canada over the past 5 years. This year’s report documents similar trends in regulation from prior years, and all thirteen provinces continue to use distance education in their…


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State of the Nation: K-12 Online Learning in Canada (2012)

October 2012. As the fifth edition in the State of the Nation: K-12 Online Learning in Canada series, author Michael K. Barbour investigates policies that govern Canadian K-12 distance education. Because Canada was one of the first countries to deliver distance-learning courses, Canada proves to be an interesting and compelling exemplar to study. Through analyzing its thirteen…

Author: Michael K. Barbour

Organization: iNACOL


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State of the Nation: K-12 Online Learning in Canada (2012)

October 2012. As the fifth edition in the State of the Nation: K-12 Online Learning in Canada series, author Michael K. Barbour investigates policies that govern Canadian K-12 distance education. Because Canada was one of the first countries to deliver distance-learning courses, Canada proves to be an interesting and compelling exemplar to study. Through analyzing its thirteen…

Author: Michael K. Barbour

Organization: iNACOL


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State of the Nation: K-12 Online Learning in Canada

January 2012. Listen to Michael Barbour discuss how K-12 online learning has evolved in Canada over the past 4 years. The report, released by iNACOL in November, indicates that distance education at the K-12 level is continuing to grow in Canada and exists at some level in all 13 provinces and territories. However, the growth and level…


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State of the Nation: K-12 Online Learning in Canada (2011)

November 2011. Online and blended learning are educational innovations that provide courses, teachers, and opportunities for students who may not otherwise have access due to geographic isolation. Canada was one of the first countries to embrace technology and the Internet in order to deliver distance learning courses to students in remote locations. Now, countries around the world…


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Online and Blended Learning: A Survey of Policy and Practice from K-12 Schools Around the World

November 2011. In 2006, iNACOL conducted its first international survey, titled An International Perspective of K-12 Online Learning: A Summary of the 2006 NACOL International E-Learning Survey. Since the growth of online and blended learning has grown at an annual rate of over 30% for the past 10 years across the United States, iNACOL responded to requests…


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Online and Blended Learning: Case Studies from K-12 Schools around the World

November 2011. K-12 education is in the throes of a worldwide revolution. The goal is to better prepare students for the challenges of a world that is rapidly changing – economically, demographically and technologically. These changes have already forced widespread rethinking of traditional modes of education, which fall short in providing students with the quality and breadth of…


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State of the Nation: K-12 Online Learning in Canada (2010)

November 2010. In classrooms across Canada, the proliferation of online resources has rapidly changed the learning environment. Building on the initial Snapshot Sate of the Nation: K-12 Online Learning in Canada report, the authors gained critical information into how Canadian educational authorities are integrating technology into learning and teaching. Explore this report to gain insight into Canadian…

Author: Michael K. Barbour

Organization: iNACOL


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An Exploration of At-Risk Learners and Online Education

April 2010. This issues brief analyzes how online programs deal with at-risk students. First, the authors document a sampling of K-12 online program strategies for at-risk students. Second, the report provides survey responses to determine online delivery and design methods employed to assist at-risk students. Browse this issues brief for specific recommendations regarding at-risk learners in virtual…


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State of the Nation: K-12 Online Learning in Canada (2009)

November 2009. In October 2008, iNACOL released the initial Snapshot State of the Nation: K-12 Online Learning in Canada report, providing a brief outline of K-12 distance education in Canada. This report provides an updated analysis of Canada’s K-12 distance education regulatory schemes. Author Michael Barbour provides a national overview, reporting that all 13 provinces and territories…

Author: Michael K. Barbour

Organization: iNACOL