Join Dr. Saundra Ciccarelli of Gulf Coast College and Dr. Noland White of Georgia College for a discussion on strategies to facilitate student engagement and assessment efforts in face-to-face and online class meetings.
Join Drs. Danae Hudson and Brooke Whisenhunt of Missouri State University for a discussion on how instructors can manage the extra academic workload and support their students during this unusual time.
Join Matthew Celano, global senior vice president of digital strategy & enrollment for Pearson Online Learning Services, to learn how Pearson Pathways helps learners thrive and institutions grow enrollments.
Two school leaders from Arkansas’s Fort Smith Public School District share their views on the state of online teaching and learning today. District Partnerships Specialist Rhiannon Delano hosted this webinar to give you perspective into what’s working in online education and what elements of the online classroom are here to stay for K–12 students.
What is the perception versus the reality of K–12 learning in a virtual environment? As schools are serving more kids than ever before with full-time remote or blended learning settings, you’re more likely to hear things like: teachers don’t have to work hard, online education isn’t effective, or that students aren’t engaged in learning.
Whether you’re an educator dealing with the realities of running an online program or a parent of children who are suddenly doing school from home, one thing is certain, virtual school has impacted the lives of almost every family. What have we learned, and where do we go from here?