Webinars

THE CLASSROOM IS EVOLVING AND SO SHOULD YOU!
Check out our free webinars, taught by FLVS digital and blended learning experts.

 

Our 2018-19 Free Webinar Series is in gear! Check out the opportunities below, sign up, and join us to learn more about how to enhance your digital and blended learning programs!

 

 

 

Success for All: Reaching Different Student Groups in an Online Environment

Wednesday, November 14, 2018, 1:00pm EDT 

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Join the eSolutions Team as they cover key strategies to help instructors meet the needs of various learners in the virtual classroom. These strategies will empower instructors to reach different student groups with innovative techniques to ensure student success.

 

 

Straight from the Experts: How to Ensure Success for your NCAA Eligible Student-Athlete

Wednesday, February 13, 2019, 1:00pm EDT

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Back by popular demand! Join two NCAA experts as they provide an overview of NCAA’s policies and processes related to obtaining approval for your online or blended program. This is a session you do not want to miss!

 

 

Five Things You Need to Know: Online Elementary Courses

Wednesday, April 17, 2019, 1:00pm EDT

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Virtual elementary education is growing and will be a brand new suite in the FLVS course catalog next year. To help prepare your organization for offering, or even considering, virtual elementary education options, the FLVS eSolutions Team will cover five essential elements for successful online elementary courses.

 

 

Webinars
FLVS is a school — just like you — that understands your needs and challenges. For more than a decade, FLVS has provided digital curriculum, training, and expertise to a variety of programs at the school, district, and state level. We have helped to design and implement some of the most successful digital and blended programs today.

We can provide training to help you plan, implement, operate, and assess your online and blended learning program. Our programs have helped clients in all 50 states and more than 65 countries achieve their goals.