The Future of Virtual Learning
Perspectives Event Series
Wednesday, October 12, 2022
Guests: Tamiko Hatcher, Beth Rabbitt,
and D'Andre Weaver
There has never been a more critical time to explore the role virtual learning can play in educating our children. With 73% of districts planning to expand their virtual offerings and 90% of all families believing quality virtual learning is possible with the right resources and training, new doors are now open to address the needs of all students.
In this virtual event, learn about a vision of quality virtual learning that’s focused not on technology, but rather the learning experiences and the people vital to them. In Edmentum and Whiteboard Advisors' recent whitepaper, “A Human-Centered Vision for Quality Virtual Learning”, we identified and explored three key themes:
- Virtual learning is about people, not technology.
- Good instruction is good instruction, whatever the modality.
- A culture focused on the success of all students is non-negotiable.
Live attendees will receive an Attendance Certificate that may be used toward CEUs.
Can't attend this date?
Register for the live event and we'll email a link to a recording of the presentation.
MEET OUR PRESENTERS
Director of Specialty Programs, Akron Public Schools
Mr. Hatcher is the Director of Specialty Programs in the Akron Public Schools (OH). These schools include STEM, IB, early college, and performing arts schools.
CEO, The Learning Accelerator
Beth Rabbitt is CEO of The Learning Accelerator (TLA). An expert in innovative learning models, Beth brings deep experience in education entrepreneurship, talent development, consulting, and finance. Prior to becoming CEO, Beth was a Partner on TLA's startup team leading national strategies for talent development and for researching emerging teaching and learning models and practices.
Chief Digital Officer, Digital Promise
Dr. Weaver is Digital Promise’s first Chief Digital Equity Officer where he serves as a leading advocate for digital equity. To that role, he brings experience from his tenure as a superintendent in DeSoto ISD and Spring Branch ISD (both TX), and a principal in Chicago Public Schools.