Virtual Learning Communities

What if you could bring back more than just good intentions from professional development experiences?

SPECIAL Virtual Learning Community: Introduction to Designing Hybrid Learning Environments

The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic caused educators to be thrown into a situation where they had to attempt to recreate academically rigorous instruction and the social classroom structure through home-based learning. When schools reopen, they may need to introduce staggered schedules. The “classroom” needs to be designed to function effectively and flexibly in physical spaces or remote spaces. What if we could have the best of both worlds in one model?

That’s our Hybrid Learning Environment! This course will prepare you for the opening of schools in fall, either in a physical classroom or online, creating a Hybrid Learning Environment that will easily address both venues.

Learn more in the course syllabus. See our full VLC schedule below. Contact solutions@edquiddity.com to register.

At EdQuiddity, we believe professional development should:

  • Model innovative practices
  • Provide new learning
  • Have participants design materials to use in school immediately

We now offer an option beyond our in-person PD! Online engagement, 5 weeks, 25 content-hours, continual feedback and assistance, and videoconference sessions. Work at times convenient for you and have fun challenging your pedagogical thinking.

Only $595 per seat or $4,950 for a 10-pack of seats.

Available VLC’s

“…so different from the other ‘virtual’ courses…”

"This course is so different from the other 'virtual' courses I've taken because I can implement the ideas right away."

Danielle Crenny, Kindergarten Teacher

Edquiddity Inc
2019-02-22T19:55:10-05:00

Danielle Crenny, Kindergarten Teacher

"This course is so different from the other 'virtual' courses I've taken because I can implement the ideas right away."

“…a wonderful job of providing teachers great resources”

Over two years, 7 different classes and 6 different instructors, I can assert that IDE does a wonderful job of providing teachers great resources and fresh ideas to improve instruction, and therefore, the student experience. The instructors are enthusiastic, polite, attentive and resourceful. 

Bryan Horn, HS English Teacher

Edquiddity Inc
2019-02-22T20:05:14-05:00

Bryan Horn, HS English Teacher

Over two years, 7 different classes and 6 different instructors, I can assert that IDE does a wonderful job of providing teachers great resources and fresh ideas to improve instruction, and therefore, the student experience. The instructors are enthusiastic, polite, attentive and resourceful. 

“…extremely informative…”

"This course has been extremely informative in the methods of increasing executive function in students."

Victoria Barthel, 8th Grade Mathematics Teacher

Edquiddity Inc
2019-02-22T20:24:19-05:00

Victoria Barthel, 8th Grade Mathematics Teacher

"This course has been extremely informative in the methods of increasing executive function in students."

“…many takeaways from this course…”

"There are many takeaways from this course that I plan to use in my classroom in the fall."

Kristina Pace, 7th Grade Math Teacher

Edquiddity Inc
2019-02-22T20:30:38-05:00

Kristina Pace, 7th Grade Math Teacher

"There are many takeaways from this course that I plan to use in my classroom in the fall."

“…numerous resources, strategies, videos, and articles that I will use…”

"I think there have been numerous resources, strategies, videos, and articles that I will use in the fall. I think, overall, I have become better aware that I am doing things in my classroom that promote executive functioning skills in my students."

Sarah Collins, Teacher

Edquiddity Inc
2019-02-22T20:33:37-05:00

Sarah Collins, Teacher

"I think there have been numerous resources, strategies, videos, and articles that I will use in the fall. I think, overall, I have become better aware that I am doing things in my classroom that promote executive functioning skills in my students."

“…so excited to implement many of the strategies and techniques…”

"I learned that there was so much more I could be doing with my students to foster their executive functioning skills. I am so excited to implement many of the strategies and techniques I learned from the course and through chatting with the consultant on a weekly basis."

Leslie Thompson, Resource Teacher

Edquiddity Inc
2019-02-22T20:47:55-05:00

Leslie Thompson, Resource Teacher

"I learned that there was so much more I could be doing with my students to foster their executive functioning skills. I am so excited to implement many of the strategies and techniques I learned from the course and through chatting with the consultant on a weekly basis."

“…opened my eyes to different strategies in the classroom…”

“I really enjoyed this course. It opened my eyes to different strategies in the classroom and basic skills that I was looking over. Thank you, again, for your flexibility while I was traveling! You are an awesome instructor and I really learned a lot from this course.”
Edquiddity Inc
2020-02-28T12:03:08-05:00
“I really enjoyed this course. It opened my eyes to different strategies in the classroom and basic skills that I was looking over. Thank you, again, for your flexibility while I was traveling! You are an awesome instructor and I really learned a lot from this course.”

“My VLC facilitator was amazing!”

“My VLC facilitator was amazing!. He is well spoken, educated and motivating. He truly cares for his profession and career. I am lucky now to call him a mentor!”
Edquiddity Inc
2020-02-28T12:06:04-05:00
“My VLC facilitator was amazing!. He is well spoken, educated and motivating. He truly cares for his profession and career. I am lucky now to call him a mentor!”

“…so interesting and presented in such a great way…”

"I wanted to thank you for such a great VLC. The topic was so interesting and presented in such a great way. I never felt overwhelmed by the work. In fact, I really felt I was able to think about the applications to my job and felt like I was always filled with new ideas for next year. Thank you for everything and I look forward to our last hangout tomorrow.”
Edquiddity Inc
2020-02-28T12:07:10-05:00
"I wanted to thank you for such a great VLC. The topic was so interesting and presented in such a great way. I never felt overwhelmed by the work. In fact, I really felt I was able to think about the applications to my job and felt like I was always filled with new ideas for next year. Thank you for everything and I look forward to our last hangout tomorrow.”

“…absolutely loving this class…”

“I am absolutely loving this class so far! I not only feel I have learned so much already, but have had so many opportunities to use the strategies in my classroom. The activity lists and discussion boards are really user friendly too!”
Edquiddity Inc
2020-02-28T12:07:48-05:00
“I am absolutely loving this class so far! I not only feel I have learned so much already, but have had so many opportunities to use the strategies in my classroom. The activity lists and discussion boards are really user friendly too!”
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VLC Schedule

Jun
23
Tue
2020
2 Weeks Introduction to Designing Hybrid Learning Environments
Jun 23 – Jul 6 all-day

Description

The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic caused educators to be thrown into a situation where they had to attempt to recreate academically rigorous instruction and the social classroom structure through home-based learning. When schools reopen, they may need to introduce staggered schedules. The “classroom” needs to be designed to function effectively and flexibly in physical spaces or remote spaces. What if we could have the best of both worlds in one model? That’s our Hybrid Learning Environment! This course will prepare you for the opening of schools in fall, either in a physical classroom or online, creating a Hybrid Learning Environment that will easily address both venues.

Course 020

Syllabus

  1. Explore the unique nature and nuances of both in-person learning and remote learning.
  2. Map out plans and begin to design resources for the opening of school that promote the following:
    1. Student engagement
    2. Content delivery
    3. Executive function
    4. Social and emotional learning
    5. Assessment.
  3. Gain strategies and structures around 7 Attributes of a Hybrid Learning Environment.
  4. Explore strategies and structures for co-teaching and the use of teachers’ aides.
  5. Explore strategies and structures for addressing the needs of students with special needs, those who struggle academically, English Language Learners.
  6. Develop strategies and structures to support students and parents in remote learning based on 8 Elements of Home-Based Learning.
  7. Build knowledge of the capabilities of the district’s remote learning platform.
  8. Create purposeful opportunities to incorporate both synchronous and asynchronous instruction in both the physical and virtual learning environment.

Access to MyQPortal is included for all participants while enrolled in the VLC. 25 credit hours.

Jul
7
Tue
2020
2 Weeks Designing Lesson Plans to Build Executive Function
Jul 7 – Jul 20 all-day

Description

Executive function is critical to all students’ academic achievement; and we now know it can be developed and accelerated. Enhance your academic lesson plans by fostering the six key aspects of executive function, intentionally building critical achievement prerequisites in students.

Syllabus

  1. Understanding how executive function is inextricably linked to the academic achievement of students at all developmental levels through the lens of six levels of increasingly complex life skills
  2. Understanding how executive function develops and how growth can be accelerated
  3. Understanding the difference between learning and practice activities, and the importance of purposeful “grappling” with content
  4. Developing learning and practice activities aimed at building executive function across the seven key components: working memory, cognitive flexibility, planning, reasoning, problem-solving, and self-regulation
  5. Creating a plan to implement structures that build executive function in the learning environment
  6. Learning to facilitate instruction by asking questions that lead to the development of greater executive function

Watch Dr. Nancy Sulla’s YouTube videos “Executive Function: The Missing Link to Student Achievement” and “All Students Can Learn with Executive Function“.

This course will use Dr. Nancy Sulla’s book, Building Executive Function: The Missing Link to Student Achievement as a resource. The assigned book must be purchased in advance. Access to MyQPortal is included for all participants while enrolled in the VLC. 25 contact hours.

2 Weeks Designing Problem-Based Authentic Learning Units
Jul 7 – Jul 20 all-day

Description

Explore the power of problem-based learning in the classroom. Design a problem-based task, a rubric to drive instruction, and a scaffold of rich and diverse learning activities to implement with your students.

Syllabus

  1. Understanding how “Raising Academic Rigor,” “Engaging Students in Learning,” and “Building Student Responsibility for Learning” go hand-in-hand
  2. Developing authentic, open-ended, problem-based tasks that create a felt-need to learn (expectations adjusted if the participant has taken the introductory course)
  3. Designing analytic rubrics to offer clearly articulated expectations, a roadmap for all learners, and challenges for gifted learners
  4. Designing a scaffold for learning to develop differentiated learning and practice activities
  5. Developing one or more other structures to support the unit, e.g.:
    • Formative Assessments to drive instructional planning
    • Facilitation Questions to probe students’ thinking at higher cognitive levels
    • Facilitation Grid to manage your ongoing student facilitation

Course 001

Watch IDE Corp.’s YouTube video “What’s the difference between project-based learning and problem-based learning?“.

This course will use your choice of Dr. Nancy Sulla’s books, Students Taking Charge In Grades K-5 or Students Taking Charge In Grades 6-12 as a resource. Only one is required. The assigned book must be purchased in advance. Access to MyQPortal is included for all participants while enrolled in the VLC. 25 contact hours.

2 Weeks Supporting Students with Learning Disabilities in a Hybrid Learning Environment
Jul 7 – Jul 20 all-day

Description

How can you ensure that each of your students with learning disabilities is able to access learning and succeed in a hybrid learning environment? Explore strategies to help students navigate their physical and remote environment to optimize learning at home and in the classroom, address behavioral challenges, and support executive function and social and emotional learning.

Course 021

Syllabus

  1. Explore the 7 attributes of a Hybrid Learning Environment.
  2. Explore and develop strategies to help students manage and self regulate in both the remote and brick-and-mortar classroom (inclusion, self contained, or other).
  3. Gain strategies and structures to support classroom management in small and large group settings.
  4. Explore graphic organizers and other scaffolding tools to engage students in the learning process and develop executive function.
  5. Develop purposeful opportunities for students to self assess and reflect, as well as to support students’ executive function and social and emotional learning.
  6. Create structures and protocols to support students during collaborative activities and develop the 5 competencies of SEL.
  7. Develop accommodations and modifications for students with learning disabilities appropriate and accessible in both the remote and brick-and-mortar classroom.

Access to MyQPortal is included for all participants while enrolled in the VLC. 25 credit hours.

CLOSED Teaching Through Power-Standards
Jul 7 – Jul 20 all-day

Description

How will schools catch up with the curriculum after the spring closing of schools? How can teachers make the most of their time with students to cover a lot of curriculum. It all comes down to Power-Standards: those standards that drive the mastery of other standards. It’s all about starting with the end in mind, which is typically application of learning, building a “felt need” for students to learn, and then providing differentiated learning activities toward achievement.

Course 022

Syllabus

  1. Deconstruct your standards to identify the power-standards.
  2. Develop maps to relate your power-standards to related content
  3. Generate related problems to drive instruction through the power-standards.
  4. Develop lesson plans to start your year

Participants in this course will use Dr. Nancy Sulla’s book, It’s Not What You Teach But How as a resource. The assigned book must be purchased in advance. Access to MyQPortal is included for all participants while enrolled in the VLC. 25 contact hours.

Jul
14
Tue
2020
2 Weeks Introduction to Designing Hybrid Learning Environments
Jul 14 – Jul 27 all-day

Description

The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic caused educators to be thrown into a situation where they had to attempt to recreate academically rigorous instruction and the social classroom structure through home-based learning. When schools reopen, they may need to introduce staggered schedules. The “classroom” needs to be designed to function effectively and flexibly in physical spaces or remote spaces. What if we could have the best of both worlds in one model? That’s our Hybrid Learning Environment! This course will prepare you for the opening of schools in fall, either in a physical classroom or online, creating a Hybrid Learning Environment that will easily address both venues.

Course 020

Syllabus

  1. Explore the unique nature and nuances of both in-person learning and remote learning.
  2. Map out plans and begin to design resources for the opening of school that promote the following:
    1. Student engagement
    2. Content delivery
    3. Executive function
    4. Social and emotional learning
    5. Assessment.
  3. Gain strategies and structures around 7 Attributes of a Hybrid Learning Environment.
  4. Explore strategies and structures for co-teaching and the use of teachers’ aides.
  5. Explore strategies and structures for addressing the needs of students with special needs, those who struggle academically, English Language Learners.
  6. Develop strategies and structures to support students and parents in remote learning based on 8 Elements of Home-Based Learning.
  7. Build knowledge of the capabilities of the district’s remote learning platform.
  8. Create purposeful opportunities to incorporate both synchronous and asynchronous instruction in both the physical and virtual learning environment.

Access to MyQPortal is included for all participants while enrolled in the VLC. 25 credit hours.

Jul
21
Tue
2020
2 Weeks Creating a Culture of Executive Function in Your Classroom
Jul 21 – Aug 3 all-day

Description

Explore how executive function supports the critical life skills of conscious control, engagement, collaboration, empowerment, efficacy, and leadership. Develop activities and strategies for classroom use, as well as targeted facilitation to improve students’ executive function.

Course 004

Syllabus

  1. Understanding the six levels of increasingly complex life skills that depend upon executive function
  2. Identifying activities and structures that build executive function focused around the critical six levels of life skills
  3. Understanding how teacher facilitation builds the executive function skills around the critical six levels of life skills
  4. Designing structures for the classroom to create a culture of executive function
  5. Developing tools for teacher facilitation to create a culture of executive function

This course will use Dr. Nancy Sulla’s book, Building Executive Function: The Missing Link to Student Achievement as a resource. The assigned book must be purchased in advance. Access to MyQPortal is included for all participants while enrolled in the VLC. 25 contact hours.

2 Weeks Creating a Powerful Co-Teaching Partnership
Jul 21 – Aug 3 all-day

Description

Co-teaching classrooms can be powerful learning environments that maximize the effectiveness of two teachers to ensure that each and every student advances academically at accelerated levels. In a student-focused co-teaching classroom, both teachers have the flexibility to intensively help struggling students and see them make significant strides, while challenging advanced students to new heights, bridging the achievement gap. This workshop is great for either teacher or both teachers in a partnership to attend.

Course 017

Syllabus

  1. Build a stronger communication/collaboration partnership by understanding individual preferences for engagement in a partnership
  2. Explore the four core modalities of co-teaching; group & guide, dual-focus facilitation, balanced benchmark, and individualized inspiration
  3. Design co-teaching lessons that maximize the effectiveness of both teachers
  4. Learn to leverage formative assessment grids and questions so that both teachers work seamlessly with students
  5. Develop guidelines for students to participate successfully in a co-teaching classroomCourse 009

Participants in this course will use It’s Not What You Teach But How by Dr. Nancy Sulla as a resource. The assigned book must be purchased in advance. Access to MyQPortal is included for all participants while enrolled in the VLC. 25 credit hours.

2 Weeks Designing Problem-Based Authentic Learning Units
Jul 21 – Aug 3 all-day

Description

Explore the power of problem-based learning in the classroom. Design a problem-based task, a rubric to drive instruction, and a scaffold of rich and diverse learning activities to implement with your students.

Syllabus

  1. Understanding how “Raising Academic Rigor,” “Engaging Students in Learning,” and “Building Student Responsibility for Learning” go hand-in-hand
  2. Developing authentic, open-ended, problem-based tasks that create a felt-need to learn (expectations adjusted if the participant has taken the introductory course)
  3. Designing analytic rubrics to offer clearly articulated expectations, a roadmap for all learners, and challenges for gifted learners
  4. Designing a scaffold for learning to develop differentiated learning and practice activities
  5. Developing one or more other structures to support the unit, e.g.:
    • Formative Assessments to drive instructional planning
    • Facilitation Questions to probe students’ thinking at higher cognitive levels
    • Facilitation Grid to manage your ongoing student facilitation

Course 001

Watch IDE Corp.’s YouTube video “What’s the difference between project-based learning and problem-based learning?“.

This course will use your choice of Dr. Nancy Sulla’s books, Students Taking Charge In Grades K-5 or Students Taking Charge In Grades 6-12 as a resource. Only one is required. The assigned book must be purchased in advance. Access to MyQPortal is included for all participants while enrolled in the VLC. 25 contact hours.

2 Weeks Social and Emotional Learning in the Student-Driven Classroom
Jul 21 – Aug 3 all-day

Description

Social and emotional learning (SEL) plays a major role in one’s success in life and career. Being in touch with emotions, controlling them, setting and achieving goals, engaging with others in socially appropriate ways, demonstrating empathy toward others, establishing positive relationships, and taking responsibility in life are critical skills that are not necessarily included in school curricula. They are skills that are fostered every day in student-driven learning environments like the Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classroom. Develop structures and strategies you can employ to build SEL in your classroom or school.

Syllabus

  1. Developing an understanding of the core competencies of SEL as defined by CASEL.
  2. Developing an understanding of the interplay among problem-based learning, structures, and teacher facilitation in a student-driven classroom.
  3. Exploring how each of the core competencies of SEL are addressed through the goals of engagement, empowerment, and efficacy in a student-driven classroom.
  4. Developing a set of structures for building SEL in a student-driven classroom.
  5. Developing a repertoire of teacher facilitation strategies for building SEL in a student-driven classroom.
  6. Developing learning activities that promote SEL in a student-driven classroom.

Course 014

This course will use your choice of Dr. Nancy Sulla’s books, Students Taking Charge In Grades K-5 or Students Taking Charge In Grades 6-12 as a resource. Only one is required. The assigned book must be purchased in advance. Access to MyQPortal is included for all participants while enrolled in the VLC. 25 contact hours.

Aug
4
Tue
2020
2 Weeks Fostering Student Empowerment Through Structures
Aug 4 – Aug 17 all-day

Description

Explore a variety of classroom structures and strategies you can employ to help students take greater responsibility for their own learning, including self-assessment, goal-setting, self-regulation, learning choices, and reporting. Design a student responsibility plan that will work in your classroom.

Syllabus

  1. Understanding how student responsibility impacts student achievement
  2. Designing structures and strategies to build student responsibility in the classroom
  3. Using a Great Student Rubric
  4. Teaching students to self assess, set goals, and monitor progress
  5. Building executive function skills that promote responsibility
  6. Exploring the Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classroom

Course 005

Access to MyQPortal is included for all participants while enrolled in the VLC. 25 contact hours.

2 Weeks Introduction to Designing Hybrid Learning Environments
Aug 4 – Aug 17 all-day

Description

The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic caused educators to be thrown into a situation where they had to attempt to recreate academically rigorous instruction and the social classroom structure through home-based learning. When schools reopen, they may need to introduce staggered schedules. The “classroom” needs to be designed to function effectively and flexibly in physical spaces or remote spaces. What if we could have the best of both worlds in one model? That’s our Hybrid Learning Environment! This course will prepare you for the opening of schools in fall, either in a physical classroom or online, creating a Hybrid Learning Environment that will easily address both venues.

Course 020

Syllabus

  1. Explore the unique nature and nuances of both in-person learning and remote learning.
  2. Map out plans and begin to design resources for the opening of school that promote the following:
    1. Student engagement
    2. Content delivery
    3. Executive function
    4. Social and emotional learning
    5. Assessment.
  3. Gain strategies and structures around 7 Attributes of a Hybrid Learning Environment.
  4. Explore strategies and structures for co-teaching and the use of teachers’ aides.
  5. Explore strategies and structures for addressing the needs of students with special needs, those who struggle academically, English Language Learners.
  6. Develop strategies and structures to support students and parents in remote learning based on 8 Elements of Home-Based Learning.
  7. Build knowledge of the capabilities of the district’s remote learning platform.
  8. Create purposeful opportunities to incorporate both synchronous and asynchronous instruction in both the physical and virtual learning environment.

Access to MyQPortal is included for all participants while enrolled in the VLC. 25 credit hours.

CLOSED Designing Lesson Plans to Build Executive Function
Aug 4 – Aug 17 all-day

Description

Executive function is critical to all students’ academic achievement; and we now know it can be developed and accelerated. Enhance your academic lesson plans by fostering the six key aspects of executive function, intentionally building critical achievement prerequisites in students.

Syllabus

  1. Understanding how executive function is inextricably linked to the academic achievement of students at all developmental levels through the lens of six levels of increasingly complex life skills
  2. Understanding how executive function develops and how growth can be accelerated
  3. Understanding the difference between learning and practice activities, and the importance of purposeful “grappling” with content
  4. Developing learning and practice activities aimed at building executive function across the seven key components: working memory, cognitive flexibility, planning, reasoning, problem-solving, and self-regulation
  5. Creating a plan to implement structures that build executive function in the learning environment
  6. Learning to facilitate instruction by asking questions that lead to the development of greater executive function

Watch Dr. Nancy Sulla’s YouTube videos “Executive Function: The Missing Link to Student Achievement” and “All Students Can Learn with Executive Function“.

This course will use Dr. Nancy Sulla’s book, Building Executive Function: The Missing Link to Student Achievement as a resource. The assigned book must be purchased in advance. Access to MyQPortal is included for all participants while enrolled in the VLC. 25 contact hours.

CLOSED PBL Implementation – Next Steps in Student-Centered Authentic Learning Unit Design
Aug 4 – Aug 17 all-day

Description

Deepen your knowledge of the power of problem-based learning in the classroom with a focus on implementation strategies. Design differentiated activity lists with multiple ways for students to learn, develop content facilitation grids and questions to support student-driven learning, and implement four types of formative assessments throughout the PBL unit. Note: Participants will apply course content to a previously created Problem-Based task and rubric.

Course 002

Syllabus

  1. Designing activity lists that offer students required activities, choice activities (offering more than one way to build a concept or skill), and optional activities (offering extension opportunities to those who are advanced) from a brainstormed scaffold for learning
  2. Developing facilitation grids, laying out skills and concepts to assess student learning as the teacher facilitates instruction.
  3. Designing facilitation questions to move students to higher-order thinking.
  4. Understanding the role of the Four Types of Formative Assessment to support progress monitoring and growth.
  5. Creating a transfer task as a venue for students to apply, or “transfer,” their learning from an authentic PBL unit to a new real-world context

Watch IDE Corp.’s YouTube video “What’s the difference between project-based learning and problem-based learning?“.

This course will use your choice of Dr. Nancy Sulla’s books, Students Taking Charge In Grades K-5 or Students Taking Charge In Grades 6-12 as a resource. Only one is required. The assigned book must be purchased in advance. Access to MyQPortal is included for all participants while enrolled in the VLC. 25 contact hours.

Aug
11
Tue
2020
2 Weeks Introduction to Designing Hybrid Learning Environments
Aug 11 – Aug 24 all-day

Description

The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic caused educators to be thrown into a situation where they had to attempt to recreate academically rigorous instruction and the social classroom structure through home-based learning. When schools reopen, they may need to introduce staggered schedules. The “classroom” needs to be designed to function effectively and flexibly in physical spaces or remote spaces. What if we could have the best of both worlds in one model? That’s our Hybrid Learning Environment! This course will prepare you for the opening of schools in fall, either in a physical classroom or online, creating a Hybrid Learning Environment that will easily address both venues.

Course 020

Syllabus

  1. Explore the unique nature and nuances of both in-person learning and remote learning.
  2. Map out plans and begin to design resources for the opening of school that promote the following:
    1. Student engagement
    2. Content delivery
    3. Executive function
    4. Social and emotional learning
    5. Assessment.
  3. Gain strategies and structures around 7 Attributes of a Hybrid Learning Environment.
  4. Explore strategies and structures for co-teaching and the use of teachers’ aides.
  5. Explore strategies and structures for addressing the needs of students with special needs, those who struggle academically, English Language Learners.
  6. Develop strategies and structures to support students and parents in remote learning based on 8 Elements of Home-Based Learning.
  7. Build knowledge of the capabilities of the district’s remote learning platform.
  8. Create purposeful opportunities to incorporate both synchronous and asynchronous instruction in both the physical and virtual learning environment.

Access to MyQPortal is included for all participants while enrolled in the VLC. 25 credit hours.