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The Perfect Blend

Free Professional Learning Course

Did you miss the 2023 Blended Learning Conference, “The Perfect Blend,” from Virtual Virginia, VSTE, and Canvas by Instructure? Or did you want to revisit the conference to watch sessions you missed?

"The Perfect Blend" 2023 Blended Learning Conference

Educators can now “return” to the conference through VVA’s free professional learning course “The Perfect Blend,”   which features recordings of the wide range of conference sessions, which highlighting the amazing things teachers and leaders are doing to improve instruction and create blended learning experiences that are meaningful and engaging.

Participants who successfully complete the course will earn a certificate worth five hours of professional learning. However, if you attended the conference live on February 25, 2023, and were already awarded a certificate for the conference, you may only use one of the certificates to apply toward recertification in Virginia.

Participants can view sessions under the following categories:

  • Blended Learning: General Strategies / All Models
  • Brain-Based Learning
  • Canvas for Littles (Canvas for Younger Learners)
  • Collaborative Learning / Student Collaboration
  • Critical Thinking Skills
  • Ed Tech Tool Showcase
  • Family/Community Engagement
  • Instructional Mentoring/Coaching
  • Personalized Learning Pathways / Differentiated Instruction
  • Professional Learning
  • Project-Based Learning
  • School and/or Division Leadership
  • SEL and the Digital World
  • Student Engagement Strategies
  • Student Voice and Choice
  • Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

For questions about “The Perfect Blend” course or other professional learning opportunities from Virtual Virginia, please contact VVA Professional Learning Coordinator Steven Sproles at [email protected].

The Best of Blended Learning

Screenshot: First page of the Canvas PDF "The Best of Blended Learning." Please download the PDF for the document's content.

Check out this feature (originally published by Instructure),  with highlights from the conference.