CUE - ADEC Online Learning Summit - March 2010
Alliance for Distance Education Contact: Kitty Salinas for more information.


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Panel 1: Future Collaborative Trends in Online Education
Educators at all levels clearly need mutually agreed upon standards if the potential for online learning is to be realized. We are just at the beginning stages of this process.

Panel 2: Collaborating on Content Delivery
Content is king. Online education is making available new and creative approaches to classroom content. This session looks at some of the challenges: standards, selectivity, sources, articulation and how those can be met.

Lunch Presentation: Virtual Schools - National and International Perspective

Panel 3: Collaborating for Professional Development. Virtual Schools & K-12 Online Learning
Economic reality is changing the face of professional development. The myriad offerings from literally hundreds of providers now require serious evaluation. What works? What does not? This session looks at how online offerings, if carefully selected, are a valuable resource for maintaining skills and gaining new ones.
  • Molly Schroeder, Technology Integration Specialist, Edina Public Schools, Minnesota. Presentation Link .
  • Susan Patrick, President, CEO International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL)
  • Dr. Erich Kwek, Superintendent, South Whittier School District

Panel 4: Collaborating for Successful Funding
The education community cannot do this alone. Online delivery requires serious collaboration with the private sector, foundations, and the federal government, among others. This session examines how to successfully engage these funding sources.