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September 9, 2019

Your Webinar Recording + More K-12 Resources

Note this recording, which should be of interest to many.

Answer the K-12 Call for Quality

Thank you for your interest in improving the online learning experience for K-12 students. The recording for the webinar “National Standards for Quality Online Courses: What You Need to Know” is now available.

During the webinar, QM’s K-12 Program Director Christine Voelker and Cindy Hamblin, Director of the Virtual Learning Leadership Alliance (VLLA), explored the standards and explained how you can use them to improve learning. You can answer the call for quality by putting this tool to work and leveraging available resources:

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Take the Standards to the Next Level
The National Standards for Quality Online Courses and the Quality Matters K-12 Rubric are closely aligned, with the Rubric offering an expanded presentation of the standards and full Annotations. These added elements allow for a robust review process. Course design certification — which serves as the mark of course quality for The National Standards for Quality Online Learning — is achieved through QM Official Reviews using the QM Rubric.
QM Connect ConferenceOctober 27 – 30, 2019 Grapevine, Texas
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#QMConnect with the K-12 Community
In October, join your K-12 peers at the QM Connect Conference in Grapevine, Texas. Sessions on the K-12 Rubric, the National Standards for Quality and other key K-12 topics will strengthen and expand your use of QM. Plus, countless networking sessions, including a K-12 dinner, will give you the opportunity to connect one-on-one with individuals on shared challenges and successes.
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Schedule Dedicated Professional Development Sessions
Available in online and face-to-face formats, dedicated QM workshopsprovide faculty and staff with a built-in support system and a common language for fostering a culture of quality assurance. Choose from many topics, including course design, blended learning, teaching online, and active learning.
Impact online course quality and build your resume by becoming a QM-Certified Course Reviewer.
And — for a limited time — save on the process with the K-12 Course Reviewer Direct Pathway.
Take both the K-12 Applying the Quality Matters Rubric and the K-12 Reviewer Course and
save 20% on individual registration fees. To receive the discounted rate, visit the registration
page
 and select one section of each course.
Quality Matters QM
Quality Matters (QM) is the global organization leading quality assurance in online and innovative digital teaching and learning environments. It provides a scalable quality assurance system for online and blended learning used within and across organizations. When you see QM Certification Marks on courses or programs, it means they have met QM Course Design Standards or QM Program Review Criteria in a rigorous review process.
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