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Journal of Online Learning Research

December 2021 Volume 7, Number 3


Mary Rice; Michael Barbour

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. "I Promise to See You": Recognizing Shared Commitments to K-12 Online Learning and Teaching

    Mary Rice, University of New Mexico, United States; Michael Barbour, Touro University, United States

    During the Spring 2021, schools in the U.S. were required to return to offering at least some in person learning or face funding shortfalls. In these circumstances, I, (Mary) was able to observe... More

    pp. 203-208

  2. Middle School Math Teachers’ Perceptions of their Classroom Practices among Students with Disabilities before and During the Pandemic: A Pilot Study

    Jonte Myers, Georgia State University, United States; Bradley Witzel, Western Carolina University, United States; Emily Bouck, Michigan State University, United States; Jasmine Mathis & Jonte Myers, Georgia State University, United States

    In this study, the authors examined middle school mathematics teachers' perceptions of their instructional practices with students with disabilities (SWDs) during face-to-face instruction before... More

    pp. 209-231

  3. Why They Come and Go:Comparing Special Education and General Education Students in Cyber Schools

    Dennis Beck, University of Arknasas, United States; Bich Tran & Robert Maranto, University of Arkansas, United States; Thomas Clark, Clark Consulting, United States

    Considerable published research explores drivers of parental choice of face to face schools, but few works address reasons for attending cyber schools, and how student characteristics affect those ... More

    pp. 233-248

  4. K–12 Students’ Experiences of the Synchronous Remote Teaching and Learning Environment.

    Maria Lindfors & Fanny Pettersson, Umeå University, Sweden

    The use of online, distance, and remote teaching is a growing phenomenon in the K–12 context. However, within this field of research, focus has primarily been on the use of asynchronous (not real-... More

    pp. 249-263

  5. School Leaders’ and Teachers’ Preparedness for the Online K – 12 Setting: Student Learning and Engagement, Curriculum and Instruction, and Data-Driven Decision-Making

    Deidre Daniels, Juliann Sergi McBrayer, Marlynn Griffin & Taylor Norman, Georgia Southern University, United States; Summer Pannell, Stephen F. Austin State University, United States; Katherine Fallon, Georgia Southern University, United States

    Nearly half of new teachers leave the profession within five years of employment, and most would not recommend teaching as a profession. A shortage of highly effective teachers continues in public ... More

    pp. 269-291