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You are invited to join one of the largest conferences devoted to Online and Blended Learning in New England which supports teachers and those who help support students to be successful as engaged learners. This two-day conference is presented as a two-part event with a focus on teaching practice the first day, and a second day devoted to supporting learners through multi-tiered system of supports, best-practices, and systems-level process. Both days are open to educators, school administrators, school counselors, parents and students. 

 

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Thursday, April 4th, 8:30-3:30

(For teachers who facilitate online or blended learning)
Thursday will be dedicated to teachers who currently facilitate online or blended learning courses.
Take advantage of some great sessions, along with hands-on workshops, team building time, fireside chats and plenty of time to network and collaborate with other online and blended teachers. 

Sessions Include:

  • Design Thinking Workshop
  • College Board AP: Analyzing Results & Expectations
  • Tools of Engagement
  • Using Video in Your Online Classroom
  • So Many Tools and Apps to Choose
  • Bringing Literature to Life in Your Virtual Classroom
  • Making the Most of Maestro
  • Anytime, Anywhere On-Demand Class Management
  • Engaging Teenagers in Online Learning
  • NEW Canvas features
  • National Board Certification Info Session
  • Vermont Computer Science Educator Endorsement Info Session

Friday, April 5th, 8:30-3:30

(Open to teachers, counselors, administrators, parents & students)
Friday sessions will have a focus on supporting our online learners, best practices and building flexible learning communities.
New this year is a Student Showcase! Come listen to students talk about their online projects and experiences.

Guest Speaker – Daniel French, VT Secretary of Education

Sessions Include:

  • Students and Anxiety in the Online Classroom
  • Time Saving Tips for Counselors
  • Mathematical Concepts & Online Tools
  • Student & Parent Round-Table with VTVLC’s Director, Jeff Renard
  • Cell Phones & Your Brain
  • Family Engagement in an Online Class
  • Programing Your School for Computer Science
  • Flexible Pathways with the Agency of Education
  • Improving Student Participation Inside and Outside the Class
  • Student Showcase
  • Student Panel
  • Parent to Parent (Parents sharing strategies)
  • Marine Biology – A Hands-On Online Course
  • Open Education Resources
  • Canvas App
  • National Board Certification Info Session
  • Vermont Computer Science Educator Endorsement Info Session
  • Computer Science – Make and Take!

Killington Grand Resort Hotel | 228 E Mountain Road | Killington, Vermont
802-422-5001 | www.killington.com

For overnight accommodations, please contact Killington Grand Resort Hotel. Make sure to mention you are attending the Online and Blended Learning Conference, hosted by The Vermont Virtual Learning Cooperative to receive the conference room rate of $ 200/night plus 10% Vermont state tax.

Ver­mont Vir­tual Learn­ing Coop­er­a­tive
307 South Street
Spring­field, VT 05156
(802) 885‑8331 | info@vtvlc.org

Jeff Renard, Direc­tor
Nancy Goodrich, Admin­is­tra­tive Support (billing and invoice questions)

Northeast Online Teaching Institute
307 South Street
Spring­field, VT 05156
(802) 885‑8331 | info@NEOTI.org
Jennifer Fribush, Coordinator of Professional Development


Event Loca­tion: Killington Grand Hotel, Killington, VT

Thank you to our 2019 Conference Sponsors!

 

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