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K-12の通信教育市場予測 - オンラインへの移行:2010年

Moving Online: K-12 Distance Learning Market Forecast 2010

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出版日 ページ情報 英文 98 pages
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K-12の通信教育市場予測 - オンラインへの移行:2010年 Moving Online: K-12 Distance Learning Market Forecast 2010
出版日: 2010年03月22日 ページ情報: 英文 98 pages

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概要

当レポートでは、学校市場のセグメントで成長するK-12オンライン学習市場の市場動向、学校におけるオンライン学習を調査しており、ケーススタディ、予測、主なオンライン学習コースプロバイダーを提供、オンラインコースを取っている生徒の割合、オンラインコースのなかで最も人気のある科目、オンラインコースで最も幅広く使用されている教材などをまとめ、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

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第1章 オンライン教育の増加

  • 教育を変えるオンラインコース
  • 市場の失敗が成長に拍車をかける
  • 急速に変化する環境において定義は流動的
  • 成果と責任を理解する
  • オンラインは頑張っている学生にとっての恵み
  • 予想外の利点が現れる
  • 方法、目的は増加中
  • オンライン学習の利用可能性は州によってさまざま
  • 進歩が普通

第2章 学校におけるオンライン学習

  • 概要
  • オンライン教育を提供する学校の増加
  • 生徒は何の授業を取っているか、またその理由
  • プロバイダーが提供するコースの幅
  • 多くのベンダーがコースを提供
  • オンライン学習向けの資金
  • 仮想学習環境がオンライン学習をサポート
  • コアコースの教材はオンライン学習で利用される
  • 形成的評価はたいていコースに付属している
  • オンライン学習要素を教室へ統合する

第3章 オンライン教育のケーススタディ

  • 4つの州、1つの地域および1つのコンソーシアムが道を示す
  • アラバマ州
  • アリゾナ州
  • ミシガン州
  • テキサス州
  • フロリダ州、リー・カウンティ
  • Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium

第4章 予測と見通し

  • イントロダクション
  • 「古い考え方」を乗り越えるための機会
  • デジタル教材の成長予測
  • 地区の無料または低コスト資源
  • 成長の鍵
  • 強い影響が予測される

第5章 主なオンライン学習コースプロバイダー

  • Advanced Academics, Inc.
  • Apex, Inc.
  • Blackboard, Inc.
  • Connections Academy
  • Desire2Learn, Inc.
  • Elluminate
  • Florida Virtual School
  • K12, Inc.
  • KC Distance Learning
  • Virtual High School
目次
Product Code: CURP2522707

Moving Online: K-12 Distance Learning Market Forecast 2010 is a new publication from Simba Information that applies Simba' s time-tested analytics to the K-12 online learning market to provide crucial business and market intelligence on this growing segment of the school market.

Specifically for this report, Simba Information partnered with leading education market research firm Market Data Retrieval to conduct a survey of public school- and district-level administrators on their current use of and their plans for implementing online courses through 2012.

Survey topics include:

  • The percent of students taking online courses,
  • The breakdown of online courses among grade levels,
  • The most popular subjects of courses offered online,
  • Funding and cost estimates
  • Use of leading commercial vendors for online course offerings and platforms,
  • Types of instructional materials most widely used in online courses.

The data and analysis in Moving Online: K-12 Distance Learning Market Forecast 2010 is designed to provide usable guidance on where implementation of online courses is growing the fastest, what factors are driving that growth and the current and future opportunity for marketers and developers of products and services for the school market.

Moving Online: K-12 Distance Learning Market Forecast 2010 also provides state and district case studies to personalize the trends and opportunities available through the implementation of online courses.

Among the topics covered in the report are:

  • The size and structure of the online course segment in the K-12 market,
  • What elements of online courses are making their way into traditional classrooms,
  • The leading providers of online courses and services,
  • How online models are widening access to more challenging courses, opening pathways for credit recovery, expanding instructional resources for struggling students and facilitating a bridge from high school to higher education.

Moving Online: K-12 Distance Learning Market Forecast 2010 is an essential tool for publishing, editorial, marketing, business development and investment professionals responsible for creating strategies to harness the potential for online learning.

Table of Contents

Methodology

Executive Summary

Chapter 1: Online Education on the Rise

  • Online Courses will Change Education
  • Market Failure Spurs Growth
  • Definitions Are Fluid in Rapidly Changing Environment
    • Costs Are Low Benefits High
    • The Goal Is Individualized Instruction
  • Getting a Grip on Achievement and Accountability
  • Online a Boon for Students Who Struggle
  • Unexpected Benefits Have Appeared
  • Methods, Purposes Are Multiplying
    • Web 2.0 Techniques Are Controversial
    • Gaming Integrated Into Courses
  • Availability of Online Learning Varies Across States
    • Charter Schools Embrace Virtual Education
    • Department of Defense Offers a Federal Example
    • Rural Small School Communities Fill Needs
  • Advancement Is Popular
    • Stemming Losses, Gaining New Students
    • Schools Approach Cautiously
    • Federal Policies Add to Momentum
  • Table 1.1: Projected Growth of Elementary and Secondary School Population
  • Table 1.2: Online Learning Definitions Vary, Overlap
  • Table 1.3: Arizona Pilot Project Cost Per Pupil Comparison
  • Table 1.4: Alabama Equips 21st Century Distance Learning Classrooms
  • Table 1.5: 2007 8th Grade Reading Proficiency
  • Table 1.6: States' Online Learning Initiatives
  • Table 1.7: Virtual High School AP Success Rate

Chapter 2: Online Learning in Schools

  • Overview
  • Growth in Schools Offering Online Instruction
  • What Students Are Taking and Why
  • Range of Providers Offer Courses
  • Many Vendors Offer Courses
  • Funding for Online Learning
    • Projected Funding Trends for Online Learning
  • Virtual Learning Environments Support Online Learning
  • Core Course Materials Used with Online Learning
  • Formative Assessments Usually Come with Course
  • Online Learning Elements Integrate into Classrooms
  • Table 2.1: Percent of Schools Offering Online Learning
  • Table 2.2: Percent of Districts Offering Online Learning
  • Table 2.3: Percent of Schools Planning to Offer Online Learning
  • Table 2.4: Percent of Districts Planning to Offer Online Learning
  • Table 2.5: Number of Years Schools Have Offered Online Courses
  • Table 2.6: Main Reasons Schools Offer Online Courses
  • Table 2.7: Access to AP Courses Online, Current and Projected
  • Table 2.8: Most Frequent Sources for Online Courses
  • Table 2.9: Use of Commercial Providers of Online Courses
  • Table 2.10: Funding Sources for Online Learning
  • Table 2.11: Funding Trends for Online Learning, Projected 2011-12
  • Table 2.12: Virtual Learning Environments Used with Online Learning
  • Table 2.13: Core Curriculum Materials Used for Online Learning
  • Table 2.14: Sources for Formative Assessments Used with Online Learning
  • Table 2.15: Classroom Integration of Online Applications

Chapter 3: Online Education Case Studies

  • Four States, One District and One Consortium Show the Way
  • Case Study: Alabama
  • Case Study: Arizona
  • Case Study: Michigan
  • Case Study: Texas
  • Case Study: Lee County, Fla.
  • Case Study: Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium

Chapter 4: Implications and Outlook

  • Introduction
    • Issue: Quality and Accreditation
    • Issue: Catching up with Technology
    • Issue: Devil in the Details
  • Opportunities to Move Beyond ‘Old Mindset'
    • Opportunity: Help for Special Needs and Struggling Students
    • Opportunity: Districts Attracted to District-Level Programs
    • Opportunity: Competition and Investment in Content
  • Expected Growth for Digital Materials
  • Free or Low-Cost Resources for Districts
  • Keys to Growth
    • Key: Funding Support
    • Key: Innovative Technology
    • Key: Innovative Thinking
    • Key: Teacher Training
  • Strong Impact Expected

Chapter 5: Who' s Who Among Online Learning Course Providers

  • Advanced Academics, Inc.
  • Apex, Inc.
  • Blackboard, Inc.
  • Connections Academy
  • Desire2Learn, Inc.
  • Elluminate
  • Florida Virtual School
  • K12, Inc.
  • KC Distance Learning
  • Virtual High School
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