Online Learning for Diverse Learners
a Webinar highlighting how innovative online curriculum is advancing the academic outcomes for students with special challenges.
Learn from talented educators at Hill Top Academy in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania - a K-12 school operated by the Capital Area Intermediate Unit - how they are utilizing innovative online curriculum to advance learning outcomes for students faced with diverse special needs and unique challenges.
Dr. John Thompson
Principal, Hill Top Academy
Dr. Thompson began his career as a vocational rehabilitation counselor, and later found his way into public education as a work-based learning teacher. Currently, he is the principal of Hill Top Academy where he leads a staff of 90 professional educators helping to eliminate learning barriers for students in grades K-12. Dr. Thompson has found online learning to be a vital resource in helping students break through such barriers, that negatively affect their success in school and life.
Supervisor of Online Learning, Capital Area Intermediate Unit.
Ms. Brzycki oversees the Capital Area Online Learning Association, a regional online learning program for 97 school districts and Intermediate Units in Pennsylvania. Holly has been in education for 21 years as a teacher, curriculum director, principal and supervisor in traditional and cyber schools. She has spent the past 13 years dedicated to online learning, blending her passions of education and technology.
THURSDAY, March 2, 2017 at 3 pm EST (60 minutes)
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