Virtual School Meanderings

April 18, 2013

4/18 Webinar: A Conversation With The National Online Teacher Of The Year

And another item from yesterday’s inbox…

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Dear Michael,

Tomorrow, April 18th, iNACOL will host a conversation with the 2013 National Online Teacher of the Year (NOTY) as part of our Teacher Talk webinar series
 
Renee Citlau was recently awarded the honor by iNACOL and the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) at a conference in Atlanta. The annual award recognizes an outstanding educator for exceptional contributions to online K-12 education and dedication to enhancing and sharing best practices across the field. She is an online teacher at Cypress High School and a lead online educator in the Anaheim Union High School District in California.
 
As the National Online Teacher of the Year, Renee will represent the online learning field at several events and professional conferences, sharing her expertise and insight with audiences across the country, including iNACOL’s Blended and Online School Symposium (October 27-30 in Orlando, FL).
 
Please join us to learn more about Renee, her work, and her thoughts on the development and delivery of online courses in one of the country’s most diverse school districts.

This webinar is free, but please register for details and login information.


You can find more information about this and other iNACOL webinars HERE.
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Sincerely,

Rob Darrow, Ed.D.
Director of Member Services
International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL)
 

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