Quality Student Experiences
Taming the Tiger: When new Educational Paradigms Roar
Mayhem and Madness. Making the fast and furious shift to Emergency Remote Learning has brought new challenges for us all. The quick response from the educational community has been heroic, and we've risen to the occasion, but what's next? It's time to reflect on what we've learned and transforming from Emergency Remote Instruction to longer term quality online learning. Find out how K-12 schools and districts are meeting the challenge.
Reflect on how they have implemented Emergency Remote Instruction
Determine the next steps in moving to a quality online instructional model.
Create a Plan for longer term transitioning.
Christine Voelker, K-12 Program Director, Quality Matters
Christine Voelker is the K-12 Program Director for Quality Matters, Christine has been involved with K-12 education for over 20 years, with an emphasis on distance learning, library media, instructional technology and Professional Development. She holds an advanced certificate in Administration and Supervision, a Masters in Library and Information Sciences, and a B.A. in both History and Social Sciences Interdisciplinary: Early Childhood Education.
Suzie Scheffler, K-12 Program Manager, Quality Matters