COVID-19 has shown us that online learning is beneficial in many ways. We know schools face many difficult decisions that may change throughout the semester and school year. There’s a lot of uncertainty in the air as teachers and administrators adjust to this “new normal” and strive to maintain nurturing, engaging learning environments.

Nonprofit online provider VHS Learning has developed a three-step plan that allows teachers to seamlessly deliver curriculum under any circumstances. With the curriculum and structure in place, teachers can carry over the same organizational processes week-by-week, no matter how many pivots and changes are made as the year progresses.

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Here are three steps that schools can use to ensure a high degree of online learning success:

1. Find the right online learning platform. Don’t just settle for what’s put in front of you. With our online provider, schools and students in middle and high school can choose from over 220 unique courses that include core & elective requirements, make-up credits, and 24 Advanced Placement® (AP®) courses.

About the Author:

Tracey Sierra is Educational Partnership Manager for VHS Learning.

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