A critical component to sustaining and scaling virtual learning programs in your schools and districts is the regular formative and summative evaluation of these programs to monitor, make decisions, enhance and report conclusions. In order to help you achieve success in this endeavor, the Northeast Comprehensive Center (NCC) in collaboration with the Center on Innovations in Learning (CIL) has put together ‘The Virtual Learning Program Rubric User Training’ – a four-week online course. This facilitated course will introduce the Virtual Learning Program (VLP) Rubric, a framework for state education agencies (SEAs) and local education agencies (LEAs) to assess the quality and rigor of virtual learning programs developed by staff from SEAs and LEAs From New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
On Tuesday, November 12th the NCC and CIL team that facilitated the development of the Rubric invite you to join us for a webinar which will introduce participants to the Rubric and the course.
By the end of the webinar you will be able to:
Access information on how to evaluate your virtual learning program(s)
Plan a conversation with other stakeholders about the evaluation of your virtual learning program(s)
Register for the upcoming course starting on December 1, 2014
Join us November 12, 2014 at 12:00pm
All registered participants will be emailed a link to participate in the webinar.