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Winter Weather e-Learning

Learning doesn't have to stop just because the temperature drops.

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Ready for winter-weather cancellations?

One way to cut down on make-up days in the summer and interrupted instruction is to plan eLearning days. eLearning days allow teachers to effectively conduct classroom lessons, assign tasks, and maintain student engagement even when school is canceled.

With the resources provided on this page, you’ll learn best practices for planning, implementing, and executing eLearning days in your district.

e-Learning Guide/Checklist

Instructions for getting started with eLearning, including best practices from districts who have successfully started their own winter-weather initiatives. Also, use the handy checklist to ensure you haven’t missed any major steps in the planning process.

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Battling Bad Weather: Strategies for Ensuring Continuity of Learning

Webinar featuring education leader Rachel Riggio, a former educator from Forsyth County Schools. Rachel shows district leaders and teachers how to ensure their students benefit from continuity of learning throughout the winter months and provides best practices for supporting teachers, parents, and students during eLearning days.

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Determined to implement eLearning in your district? Download the full kit to get started today!

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