Virtual School Meanderings

June 9, 2017

Let’s Connect In San Antonio (Or Virtually)!

From yesterday’s inbox…

Hello! 

ISTE is known for providing invaluable professional development and an extraordinary expo hall, and FLVS is proud to be a part of both aspects of the conference on June 25-28, 2017 in San Antonio, TX.

 

We’ll have a team of FLVS experts in Booth 200 during Expo Hall hours, ready to answer questions and share more about what’s going on at FLVS.

Click here to schedule a course demo or meet and greet at ISTE.

(Can’t make it to ISTE? We are available for virtual demos as well!)

Interested in attending a [Listen and Learn : Snapshot] presented by members of the FLVS team?

Hear about the lessons learned at FLVS that implemented a growth mindset (GM) pilot course designed to include GM interventions throughout the curriculum. We’ll also share how we trained teachers in specific GM strategies for teaching math.

 

Check out “Growth Mindset Interventions in Online High School Math” presented by Katie Santana and Teresa King on Tuesday, June 27, 12:15-1:15 pm.

 

We look forward to seeing you in San Antonio in a few weeks!

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