Any online program needs to take the community aspects of being online seriously. The last thing any of us want is for online students to spend all day in front of a computer inside.
Online Learning: It’s Not What Happened During the Pandemic
It is important for parents and schools to understand that what many people experienced during the pandemic is not what online education is.
Online Learning: Important Questions to Ask
In this post we address three more important questions about online learning programs.
Online Learning: Where Do We Begin?
If you are a school administrator, educator, or parent, you have likely been bombarded with information about online learning since the pandemic. There are so many programs that it feels tempting to ignore the subject altogether. However, with many Christian schools looking to meet the demands of college preparatory learning, we at OC Online wanted to share our perspective as … Read More
Teacher Flexibility and the New Normal
It’s been two full school years. Has normal come back? Maybe the old ‘normal’ shouldn’t be the new normal? When something as traumatic as a pandemic happens, it is easy to throw out everything associated with it, but instead of scrapping all of it, let’s reflect on some of the positive changes that contribute to the new normal.
The Emergency Pivot to Online Teaching and Learning
Most colleges and universities in the US, and many (most?) K-12 schools have either already made the decision to suspend face-to-face meetings, or will very soon. So how are we going to make this move?