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Meeting Students Where and When They Need It—A District-Wide Approach to Online LearningStudents are not solely in the classroom anymore. Many are juggling careers, extracurricular activities, or even family life. Addressing the needs of individual students in a lightning-fast world—where multi-tasking is the norm—is critical to their success. Bend-La Pine school district in Oregon is doing just that. Having served 1,400 students annually for the past two years, and hundreds annually before that, and boasting an average pass-rate for original credit courses of 91% each year, Bend-La Pine has fine-tuned their online learning programs to meet the many and varied needs of students across the district, including:
How to use online learning to help balance student schedules
How to monitoring student progress carefully to stay on track
How to involve parents to keep them aware of their child’s achievement or problem areas
Lessons learned from launching a Virtual School Program
Guest: Tres Tyvand, online program plus coordinator, Bend-La Pine schools
This webinar will be moderated by Elizabeth Clor, director of marketing, K12, Inc.