Keeping Pace 2014 to be released at iNACOL symposium next week
Join our KP presentation and panel discussions on Wednesday November 5. Keeping Pace with K12 Digital Learning 2014 will be released next week at the iNACOL symposium. If you are attending the conference you will receive the print copy in your registration bag. We will soon be updating the KP website (kpk12.com) with the 2014 report for convenient download as well.
We will have two Keeping Pace sessions on Wednesday November 5th. At 9:45am PST KP researchers will be presenting on the digital learning landscape, including key trends and issues. At 4:30pm we will host a panel discussion that will include researchers and KP sponsors for a conversation about the state of digital learning in 2014. Although both sessions will include plenty of time for questions from session attendees, the morning will be focused on presenting findings and the afternoon will be more of a discussion about implications and views from practitioners and providers.
We are also going to be involved in several other presentations at the iNACOL symposium that will use Keeping Pace findings:
- Wednesday at 1:30—we will join presenters from iNACOL, Florida Virtual School, and elsewhere for a discussion about policies related to personalized learning.
- Thursday at 11:30am—we will co-present with researchers from Michigan and California looking more closely into the digital learning landscape in those states (which are among the best-studied) and comparing them to national trends.
- Thursday at 2pm—we will join researchers from Arizona State University, the Michigan Virtual Learning Research Institute, University of Central Florida, and Grand Valley State University in a general discussion about research into digital learning and the use of data in K-12 online learning.
In addition, in the coming weeks we will continue posting highlights from KP 2014 to the blog, including responding to questions from the Symposium sessions. We will also be presenting several webinars in November and January.