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How to Leverage Virtual Learning: Preparing Students for the Future

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While virtual learning has become a reality for many school districts across the US, the perception remains mixed. There are benefits and challenges to consider, and ultimately, virtual learning is still in its infancy as we continue to explore the best use cases.

Despite the mixed perception, many leaders are innovating virtual learning and discovering thoughtful ways to use it to better serve educators and prepare students for the future.

Join this webinar to hear from educators who have developed distinct and intentional approaches to online educational programs. We will discuss how they have expanded student accessibility, infused real-world learning, and offered specialty courses that meet student needs.

You will hear:

  • The challenges and opportunities of virtual learning
  • How leaders are innovating virtual learning
  • Use cases for virtual learning
Terri Grey
Virtual Principal at NYC Dept. of Education   
Terri Grey has nearly 20 years experience in creating innovative learning environments for students in urban middle and high schools dedicated to equity and inclusion as evidenced by school structures and outcomes. She holds a Masters degree in School Leadership, from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education and a Bachelors degree in Education Policy Analysis from Syracuse University, Maxwell School.
Roxie Mitchell
Program Coordinator, Colorado Classrooms LIVE
Roxie Mitchell is a National Board Certified teacher with over 20 years of experience teaching K12 students in both in-person and virtual environments. Currently she is the Developer-Coordinator of Colorado Classrooms LIVE (CC-LIVE) which is a pilot project in the State of Colorado that works to offer solutions to the teacher shortage by streaming LIVE virtual teachers into in-person middle/high school classrooms across the state to teach math.
Kyle Farner
Assistant Principal, 27J Online Academy
Kyle Farner is in his 20th year in public education. His resume is an interesting one - he has taught Social Studies, Physical Education, Woodshop and Construction Trades, Math at a juvenile detention facility, and has been an administrator and a director on his local school board. He also took a brief break from education to build a quality control program for an oil and gas corporation.

In his current role as the Assistant Principal of the 27J Online Academy, Kyle handles a series of responsibilities that include managing the Success Coaches and the intervention program, partnering with stakeholders across the district to find flexible solutions for students in our dual enrollment program, and managing the daily operational aspects of the school.

Kyle holds a Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts/History, and Master’s degrees in Secondary Education and Educational Leadership.
 Shelby Jones
Director of Education, Class
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