Monday, November 8, 2010

Free Webinar - Student POV on Online Learning

A free webinar from ISTE...Register Online for Free

Tuesday, November 9
1 p.m. Pacific/4 p.m. Eastern
(World time zones)
Complimentary webinar runs approximately 60 minutes.
Price: Free

The Student Point of View on Online Learning: Are We Listening?
Students have ideas and opinions about online learning, but they don't often have the opportunity to share these ideas when schools are exploring or implementing online learning programs. In this webinar, you will hear what students want and expect from online learning. Julie Evans, CEO of Project Tomorrow, shares national Speak Up data from K-12 students and leads a panel discussion with three students currently learning online. 
Join the discussion, along with George Warren, vice president of K12 Inc., to learn how to bring student voices on online learning to your school's planning process.
Julie Evans is the CEO of Project Tomorrow, a nonprofit dedicated to empowering K-12 students, teachers, and parents. She serves on ISTE's Board of Directors, and also serves on the KOCE-TV Education Advisory Council, the Children's First Advisory Council, and the Association of Women in Technology Council. In 2008, Evans was named one of the Top Ten Most Influential People in Education Technology for the past ten years by eSchool News. George W. Warren is the vice president of K12 Inc. He graduated from Columbia University and has worked for Dell, AMD, and Hewlett Packard in K-12 education marketing.
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