Online Learning – What School Leaders Can Do!


Just a reminder and invitation to join Brad Edwards, Michael Corey, Mike Muir, and me as we have a one hour conversation about what principals
and other school leaders can do to support online 21st century learning
anytime, anywhere, for anyone.  Brad Edwards will open with some of the “Why” of online learning . He will also be  sharing many excellent resources, including some insight about what the new administration in Augusta might be looking at in terms of learning with technology in the near future. Michael Corey will share his school’s extensive (and rapidly growing!) collection of online learning resources being used on a regular basis by students and teachers in the Acton School. Michael will also explain how all of us can benefit from they work they are doing with online learning resources. Finally, Mike Muir will share an exciting Maine virtual high school project that has already begun to break down the challenges to learning imposed by time, distance, and circumstance, enabling students to learn anytime and anywhere. With luck we may hear directly from some recent graduates, parents, and a principal who have benefited from this new program.

So, gather your leadership teams and be sure to join us, Tuesday
January 25th at 4:00 for the 3rd MLTI Principals’ Webinar!  To register just head over to and select Webinars from the top
menu.  Then scroll down to January 25, and click on 4:00.  See you there!


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