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Journal of Online Learning Research

September 2021 Volume 7, Number 2


Leanna Archambault; Jered Borup

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Teachers and Parents as Primary Sources of Support for Children During Remote and Online Instruction

    Mary Rice, University of New Mexico, United States; Leanna Archambault, Arizona State University, United States; Jered Borup, George Mason University, United States

    Teachers and families faced many challenges during this time and the potential for mutual frustration and animosity was great (Rice & Deschaine, 2021). First and foremost, not all families had... More

    pp. 109-112

  2. Teachers’ Preparedness and Professional Learning about Using Educational Technologies During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    C. Lorraine Webb, Karen L. Kohler & Rebekah E. Piper, Texas A&M University-San Antonio, United States

    The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted education at multi- ple levels over the last ten months. One common thread that has remained is the online learning and meeting platform for teachers, students,... More

    pp. 113-132

  3. Teaching During a Pandemic: Physical Educators' Reflections on Teaching Remotely

    Brandon Foye, Boston University, United States; Michelle Grenier, University of New Hampshire, United States

    This study documents the lessons learned of K-12 physical educators as they shifted from in-person to remote learning in spring 2020, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Fifteen K-12 physical ... More

    pp. 133-151

  4. How Did Parents Balance It All? Work-From-Home Parents’ Engagement in Academic and Support Roles During Remote Learning

    Kiran Budhrani & Florence Martin, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, United States; Oliver Malabanan & Jose Lloyd Espiritu, De La Salle University - Manila, Philippines

    This study reports the transitional lived experiences of work-from-home parents, uncovering their roles and activities while balancing duties of working, parenting, and assisting children with... More

    pp. 153-184

  5. Are Parents Logged in? The Importance of Parent Involvement in K-12 Online Learning

    Gina Ricker, Daniel Belenky & Mathew Koziarski, Pearson Online & Blended Learning, United States

    Among the many factors that impact student performance in traditional K-12 settings, parent involvement (PI) is consistently identified as critical for student success. However, less is known about... More

    pp. 185-201