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Developing an Outcomes-Based Virtual Learning Program

Thu., March 10, 2022, 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. ET
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Hear from experts and practitioners who have created highly engaging and effective online learning experiences for students and teachers.

Schools and districts are facing a skyrocketing demand from families for virtual options to replace or supplement the in-person school experience. Get the tools and techniques you need to develop virtual lessons that will lead to successful student outcomes.

Key themes will include:

  • What are key indicators of engagement in a virtual setting?
  • What is the role of synchronous and asynchronous learning in virtual programs?
  • How can schools ensure access to technology?
  • How can you build an effective virtual learning plan?
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Robin Gonzales
Founder and President, Zia Learning
Jennifer Kolar-Burden
Founding Member and Former Curriculum Director, Illinois Virtual School
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Dr. Kim Oppelt
Director of Advocacy and Community, Class
Dr. Kim Oppelt is the director of advocacy and community at Class where she leads education, research, and engagement initiatives. Dr. Oppelt has spent almost 20 years in the field of education and educational technology, including roles in school counseling, training and consulting, product development, marketing, and outreach. She has a strong background in college access and success, with a special emphasis on first-generation college students. Dr. Oppelt obtained a doctorate in education from St. Mary’s University, a master’s in school counseling from the University of Wisconsin-Stout, and a bachelor’s in health education from the University of Minnesota Duluth.

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