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December 5, 2012

Webinar: A District-wide Approach To Online Learning

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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.

Register now for this free live webinar.

Webinar Date: Thursday, December 13, 2 – 3 p.m. ET

Can’t attend? All Education Week webinars are archived and accessible “on demand” for up to six months after the original live-streaming date.


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