A National Perspective of K-12 Online and Blended Learning: Current Issues and Trends in Policy and Practice †
Do you want to find out more about state policies and district-level implementation of online/blended learning? View this archive with Susan Patrick, President and Chief Executive Officer of the International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL), and David Haglund, Director, Educational Options, Riverside Unified School District.
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President and Chief Executive Officer
International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL)
Principal, Riverside Virtual School
Riverside Unified School District
Do you want to learn more about models for integrating online/blended or competency-based learning programs? Are you interested in learning more about current issues in this area?
The field of online and blended learning holds tremendous potential for improving the learning and achievement of all students. The International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL) recognizes the transformative potential of technology-enabled new school models to catalyze change in the K-12 sector by removing instruction from the confines of a physical classroom. Digital learning has the ability to personalize instruction to meet each studentís individual needs and interests through competency-based, online and blended learning models.†
This webinar will highlight the important trends in innovations around policy and practice in the field of K-12 online and blended learning. †David Haglund, Principal of Riverside Virtual School and Director of Educational Options for Riverside School District in California,†will highlight his district-wide programs, why online learning matters, and help clarify some of the most pressing issues in the field.† Online learning is changing policy at the local, state and national level and has implications for funding and budgeting, policies, quality, curriculum and instruction.†
This webinar is targeted at district and state administrators as well as technical assistance providers.
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