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The Anatomy of K-12 Online Programs: Practical Ideas and Guidelines (Hardback)
  • The Anatomy of K-12 Online Programs: Practical Ideas and Guidelines (Hardback)

The Anatomy of K-12 Online Programs: Practical Ideas and Guidelines (Hardback)

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Hardback 122 Pages / Published: 12/11/2014
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The growth of virtual online programs at the K-12 level is unparalleled in the history of education. This book discusses what constitutes a viable online program and how programs maintain rigorous courses, creditability, and high academic standards. Barnard and Echols provide practical information about the vision, curriculum, course designs, and the impact of "for profit" online schools. This book offers practical advice and guidance to those concerned with developing and improving current programs.

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9781475809817
Number of pages: 122
Weight: 290 g
Dimensions: 234 x 162 x 14 mm

Any district considering an online program would benefit from advice from the most progressive and innovative work of these co-authors. The book is not only timely but it is also practical with many examples of processes and guidelines for a quality online program. -- Kathleen Tolar, teacher specialist, Tempe, Arizona
Finally, an expertly crafted resource for any school district wanting to start an online program the right way. -- James Butler, director of community schools & distance learning, Marana School District, Marana, Arizona
A must read for those wanting to implement a highly comprehensive, online, academic program. Informative, effective, and results oriented! -- Carmen Riedel, guidance counselor
This is a great book to learn from as well as an excellent reference that you will use often in the future, making this book an excellent long-term investment. If you have or want to have an online program - you can't afford not to have a copy. -- Karen Appel, Mesa Community College, mathematics faculty, Mesa, Arizona
This is the only book on the market that clearly defines the reality of current online programs. The examples and guidelines provided within the text to improve future online programs are both relevant and invaluable. -- Renee Rosales, distance learning advisor, Flagstaff Public Schools, Flagstaff, Arizona

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