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PreK-12(12年生以下)のオンラインコース市場予測

PreK-12 Online Course Market Forecast 2013

発行 SIMBA Information, Inc. 商品コード 265549
出版日 ページ情報 英文 98 Pages
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PreK-12(12年生以下)のオンラインコース市場予測 PreK-12 Online Course Market Forecast 2013
出版日: 2013年03月27日 ページ情報: 英文 98 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、PreK-12のオンラインラーニング(サイバーラーニング、eラーニング、またはバーチャルラーニング)市場とその発展について調査し、PreK-12スクールで提供されている幅広いオンラインコース、広範な導入に伴って直面する課題、オンラインラーニングの促進因子、州・地域のケーススタディ、競合情勢、および今後の展望などについてまとめ、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

調査手法

エグゼクティブサマリー

第1章 イントロダクション

第2章 市場規模・在学者数

第3章 促進因子・課題

  • オンライン学習の導入・成長を促進する要因
  • 個別学習
  • 予算の要因
  • 全米共通学力標準
  • オンライン学習成長の課題
  • 規制情勢
  • オンライン学習の技術的課題
  • 信頼性・コミュニケーション
  • 成長分野
  • ブレンディッドラーニング
  • 教科分野
  • 特定の人口

第4章 州別のオンラインコース活動

  • 州のバーチャル学習イニシアチブの概要
  • 規制・法律
  • オンライン学習の発展
  • 各州のケーススタディ
  • アーカンソー
  • フロリダ
  • アイオワ
  • ケンタッキー
  • ミシシッピー
  • モンタナ
  • オレゴン
  • ウェストバージニア
  • ウィスコンシン
  • ワイオミング

第5章 地域のオンラインコース活動

  • 成長する理由
  • 状況
  • コンソーシアム主導の個別スクールプログラム
  • 地域のケーススタディ
  • Albuquerque (NM) Public Schools
  • Capistrano (CA) Unified School District
  • Fairfax County (VA) Public Schools
  • Kenosha (WI) Unified School District
  • Putnam County (TN) School System
  • Riverside (CA) Unified School District

第6章 競合情勢

  • 競合ベンダー
  • 大学、州・地域、共同体・組合
  • 無料、非営利およびオープンソース
  • 自作

第7章 結論・見通し

  • 市場成長促進因子
  • 市場動向は継続し激化する
  • ベストプラクティスの発展

第8章 結論・展望

  • Apex Learning
  • CompassLearning
  • Connections Education
  • Edgenuity
  • EdisonLearning
  • Edmentum
  • Florida Virtual Schools
  • K12 Inc.
  • Odysseyware
  • Penn Foster
  • VHS Collaborative

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目次
Product Code: CURP7474911

Abstract

Description

This report examines the market of online learning-also called cyberlearning, e-learning, or virtual learning-and how it has evolved over time. As defined for this report, the K-12 online course market consists of complete, comprehensive, for-credit courses delivered online. They can be used for full-time study in an online virtual school or one or two at a time to supplement traditional K-12 courses.

With that understanding as a guide, Simba analyzes how widely online courses are being offered in PreK-12 schools, the challenges faced with wider adoption, and the forces driving the movement toward online learning. The market for K-12 online learning has been growing at a double-digit rate annually for the last several years. Simba projects the same strong growth rate will continue into the foreseeable future as more districts launch virtual schools, and online learning programs expand the number of courses offered and the number of students reached.

The information in PreK-12 Online Course Market Forecast 2013 comes primarily from in-depth interviews with administrators from state departments of education and directors of online learning for K-12 districts, as well as executives from leading online learning vendors. Moreover, this report profiles 11 key suppliers of K-12 online courses, platforms and/or solutions to states, districts, schools and/or individuals.

Table of Contents

Methodology

Executive Summary

Chapter 1: Introduction

  • Distance Learning Dates Back to Correspondence Courses
  • Online Learning Defined

Chapter 2: Market Size and Enrollment

  • A Changing Market
  • Cost Considerations and Funding Models
  • Table 2.1: Online Learning Market, 2011/2012 to 2012/2013
  • Table 2.2: Growth Rates for Selected State and District Virtual Learning Programs
  • Table 2.3: Selected Funding Mechanisms for Online Learning

Chapter 3: Drivers and Challenges

  • Forces Driving the Adoption and Growth of Online Learning
  • Personalized Learning
  • Budget Factors
  • Common Core Standards
  • Challenges to Online Learning Growth
  • Regulatory Landscape
  • Technology Barriers to Online Learning
  • Credibility and Communication
  • Growth Areas
  • Blended Learning
  • Subject Areas
  • Specific Populations
  • Table 3.1: Examples of State and District Regulations Governing Online Learning
  • Table 3.2: The Many Forms of Blended Learning

Chapter 4: State Online Course Activities

  • Overview of State Virtual Learning Initiatives
  • Regulations and Legislation
  • Evolution of Online Learning
  • State Case Studies
  • Arkansas
  • Florida
  • Iowa
  • Kentucky
  • Mississippi
  • Montana
  • Oregon
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming
  • Table 4.1: Statewide Learning Scenarios
  • Table 4.2: Online Learning Providers Endorsed by the Minnesota Dept. of Education

Chapter 5: District Online Course Activities

  • Reasons for Growth
  • The Landscape
  • Consortium-Led and Individual-School Programs
  • District Case Studies
  • Albuquerque (NM) Public Schools
  • Capistrano (CA) Unified School District
  • Fairfax County (VA) Public Schools
  • Kenosha (WI) Unified School District
  • Putnam County (TN) School System
  • Riverside (CA) Unified School District

Chapter 6: Competitive Landscape

  • Commercial Vendors
  • Universities, States and Districts, Collaboratives and Consortia
  • Free, Non-Profit and Open Source
  • Self-Produced
  • Table 6.1: Summary of Selected Providers and Online Courses

Chapter 7: Conclusions and Outlook

  • Market Forces Drive Growth
  • Market Trends Will Continue and Intensify
  • Best Practices Develop
  • Table 7.1: Online Learning Market Forecast, 2012/2013 to 2015/2016
  • Table 7.2: Online Learning Market Share Forecast, 2012/2013 to 2015/2016

Chapter 8: Conclusions and Outlook

  • Apex Learning
  • CompassLearning
  • Connections Education
  • Edgenuity
  • EdisonLearning
  • Edmentum
  • Florida Virtual Schools
  • K12 Inc.
  • Odysseyware
  • Penn Foster
  • VHS Collaborative
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