Now that schools and districts have navigated their plans for how to provide online and hybrid learning options this fall, many are evaluating their next challenge. How can educators provide options for students and families who are anxious about returning to school, and still keep them within their home school districts?
Virtual learning enables districts to expand learning opportunities beyond school walls and days by increasing access to high-quality courses and meeting the needs of students who are unable to attend classes on a traditional campus. In addition, virtual learning helps districts address teacher shortages and resolve scheduling conflicts.
This webinar will introduce the benefits of virtual learning and how to integrate virtual learning within your district to serve more students without requiring more resources.
Personalized learning comes in many different forms but the foundation for success is the same: selecting a high-quality, rigorous curriculum that accelerates and deepens student understanding. But not all digital curriculum is the same and not all will enable teachers to design a variety of rich learning experiences that meet the individual needs of every student.
A recent article in Slate, part of a series covering the rise of online learning, profiles the author’s experience using one vendor’s digital curriculum. He was bored and unmotivated. The author also questioned the rigor of the courses, specifically the structure and how concepts were presented.