Recorded Thursday, March 12th, 2020 | 3:00 PM EST | 8:00 PM CET
Free webinar for teachers, district leaders and technology leaders.
The coronavirus outbreak has triggered a wave of school closures around the world. UNESCO says the number of children missing school globally is unprecedented – 290 million and counting.
With this global health crisis and other events such as bad weather having the potential to close schools, authorities are urging schools and districts to consider remote learning. But how can schools mobilize quickly to ensure minimal disruption to learning?
This webinar includes tips on:
- Insights on how to quickly and effectively set up a successful eLearning plan
- Identifying the best framework
- Best practices from schools that have successfully set up online learning days
- Step-by-step checklist for a smooth transition to eLearning
Rachel Riggio, was an educator for more than 20 years before joining itslearning. She has firsthand knowledge on how to quickly and effectively set up an eLearning program and as our Customer Success Manager has helped several schools and districts implement online learning days, including Forsyth Country School Disrict in the US. She will share valuable tips, and lessons learned to ensure that the protocol you put in place works best for you.
This webinar recording is for educators of all levels, school administrators and district education leaders. It is not aimed at parents or students.
Additional information on planning eLearning can be found in our Starter Kit page.