Key Components for Structuring Virtual Learning


When you need to improve your virtual learning program, it makes sense to turn to an expert. Sara Mungall is the Director of Secondary Curriculum & Technology at University View Academy. They have been doing virtual learning in Baton Rouge for ten years now and have learned a great deal along the way. In this session, you will explore five important considerations for virtual learning: Support for Learning Tools and Flexibility, Visible Structure, Communication, Collaboration and Involving Students in their Learning.


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After teaching and learning in a pandemic for the past few months, it is very understandable if many educators feel like they have been working in the middle of a long, dark tunnel

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