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Episode 16: Saro Mohammed

Our guest for this episode is Saro Mohammed, a partner at the Learning Accelerator. The Learning Accelerator, or TLA, works directly with school districts and states to develop implementation strategies for blended learning, doing so with a focus on conducting and disseminating rigorous research to support their work. Saro talks with us about efforts […]

K-12 Online and Blended Learning Research Community Meeting at iNACOL 2016

By Saro Mohammed For the third year, the Michigan Virtual Learning Research Institute is pleased to host a pre-conference workshop specifically focused on research at iNACOL’s annual symposium. This year, MVLRI is joining with The Learning Accelerator (TLA) to bring you a free, day-long session open to all attendees — not just researchers! Title: […]

Call for articles – Special Issue of the Journal of Online Learning and Research

[…] this venue. Timeline Deadline for Submissions: September 12, 2016 Authors informed of decisions: October 24, 2016 Anticipated special issue publication: March 2017 Guest Editor Dr. Sarojani S. Mohammed References Alexander, P. A. & Murphy, P. K. (1998). The research base for APA’s learner-centered psychological principles. In N. M. Lambert & B. L. McCombs […]

Where the Research is @iNACOL 2017

[…] 1:00 PM–2:30 PM, Southern Hemisphere IV K-12 Blended and Online Learning Research Community Meeting / Preconference Workshop: Free to attend! Presenters: Justin Bruno & Joe Friedhoff, MVLRI; Saro Mohammed, The Learning Accelerator This day-long research community meeting will foster a space for researchers, practitioners and other stakeholders to come together and discuss newly published research, […]

How districts can measure blended learning

[…] only as good as the measures we use to collect them, and the insights we gain are only as good as the data that informed them. Saro Mohammed is a Partner at The Learning Accelerator (TLA). She has a decade of experience in education research and external evaluations of programs implemented in public, private, […]

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