The DLC is starting the District Cohorts Program to facilitate new online or blended learning programs
(PRUnderground) December 7th, 2020
The Digital Learning Collaborative (DLC) is offering a year-long, facilitated cohort of districts working together to plan, implement, and build an online or hybrid school/program for the year 2021-22. The Starting an Online/Hybrid School or Program District Cohort Program will begin in January 2021 and continue throughout the calendar year. The DLC will help districts launch their online or hybrid school at the start of the fall 2021 semester, and continue working through the fall to ensure a smooth first semester.
This program is built around regular, facilitated, real-time discussions, augmented by online discussions, and using the DLC’s Planning Guides. Up to five people from each district can be involved in discussions. Each call will focus on a specific topic or key idea, such as setting goals and objectives for your school or program, deciding between online or hybrid, and learning management systems and other platforms. Facilitators will also give assignments to participants in between meetings.
Districts interested in participating should email the DLC at email@example.com. Discounts will be available for multiple districts signing together or state, regional, or national organizations sponsoring three or more districts.
About The Digital Learning Collaborative
The Digital Learning Collaborative (DLC) is a membership organization dedicated to exploring, producing, and disseminating data, information, news, and best practices in digital learning.
In addition to reports, blogs, and professional development, the DLC created the Digital Learning Annual Conference (DLAC). Our current members include school districts, intermediate units, public agencies, non-profit organizations, and companies. DLC members determine the topics that to be explored, via monthly web meetings, individual discussions and networking. Find out more at digitallearningcollab.com.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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