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Free Webinar: Learn About the National Online Teaching Standards Tuesday 5/12/2020

10 May 2020 7:32 AM | Anonymous member

Free Webinar: Learn About the National Online Teaching Standards Tuesday 5/12/2020

SETDA is excited to offer this professional learning opportunity for educators to better understand how to teach online either full time or in times of remote learning via the Teaching Online: National Online Teaching Standards Webinar. Participants will receive an introduction to the national online teaching standards and how they can support all teachers. The 2019 edition of National Standards for Quality (NSQ) Online Learning was published by the Virtual Learning Leadership Alliance (VLLA) and Quality Matters (QM) to provide the K-12 online and blended learning community with an updated set of openly licensed standards to help evaluate and improve online courses, teaching, and programs. There are three standard sets – Online Programs, Online Teaching, and Online Courses – and this edWebinar will focus on the Online Teaching standards. In addition, a representative from Virtual Virginia, Virginia’s statewide virtual school, will share strategies used to introduce and implement the online teaching standards within their program. 

Registration to attend the live presentation is limited to 1,000. You can sign up to receive an email with the recording link.

Presented by:

  • Christine Fox, Deputy Executive Director, SETDA
  • Cindy Hamblin, Director, Virtual Learning Leadership Alliance
  • Sarah Warnick, Director of Products & Services, Virtual Virginia 

This edWebinar will be of interest to kindergarten through high school teachers, librarians, and school and district leaders. There will be time for questions at the end of the presentation. To Get a CE Certificate for this edWebinar Learn more

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