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1 Student Preparedness for K-12 Student Learning Quality Course Development Quality Teacher Development Learning Styles, Goals & Motivation Study Habits & Lifestyle Access to Technology & Tools

2 Student Preparedness for K-12 Student Learning Quality Course Development Defining the type of learning environment Integrating instructional design Faculty-centered peer course review quality assurance process for online courses Best Practices iNACOL Standards QM Rubric

3 Student Preparedness for K-12 Student Learning Quality Teacher Development Skilled faculty members and robust faculty development programs are key components of quality online learning (Rockwell, Schauer, Fritz, Marx, 2000; US Department of Education, 2006; North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Higher Learning Commission, 2007). Faculty development for online educators must provide both training as well as continuous support (Willis, 1994). Faculty- centered peer course review quality assurance process for online courses.

4 Student Preparedness for K-12 Student Learning Learning Styles, Goals & Motivation Early identification and assessment of readiness and learning preferences Information Processing Comprehension, Recall, Reflection Description, Application, Synthesis

5 Student Preparedness for K-12 Student Learning Study Habits & Lifestyle Attention, Concentration & Dedication Netiquette & Communication Skills Study Skill Knowledge & Use Reflection and Perfection

6 Student Preparedness for K-12 Student Learning Access to Technology & Tools Technology Experience Computer & Internet Access Familiarity with Common Technical Issues Technical Help Desk Access Resources & Knowledge of Online Research

7 Student Preparedness for K-12 Student Learning References International Association for K-12 Online Learning. (2011). iNACOL National Standards for Quality Online Courses, Version 2. Vienna VA. Retrieved from on July 15, Rockwell, K., Schauer, J., Fritz, S. M., & Marx, D. B. (2000). Faculty education, assistance and support needed to deliver education via distance. Online Journal of Distance Education Administration, 3(2), Retrieved July 11, 2012, from US Department of Education: Office of Postsecondary Education. (2006). Evidence of quality in distance education programs drawn from interviews with the accreditation community. Retrieved on July 14, 2012 from North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Higher Learning Commission. (2007). Best practices for electronically offered degree and certificate programs. Retrieved on July 14, 2012 from Willis, B. (1994). Distance education: Strategies and tools. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Educational Technology. Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, Volume XIII, Number II, Summer Retrieved from on July Student Online Readiness Tool, SORT. (2012). Louisiana Board of Regents. Retrieved on July 15, 2012 from


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