[NMLN] FW: [sigtl] Fall 2008 Webinar -- Register Now
BROWNJ at aa.edu
Tue Dec 2 13:34:35 MST 2008
FYI - for ISTE SIGTEL members. All ISTE members can join SIGTEL.
From: Audrey Vanderford [mailto:avanderford at iste.org]
Sent: Tuesday, December 02, 2008 1:01 PM
To: Brown, Jill
Subject: [sigtl] Fall 2008 Webinar -- Register Now
<http://www.iste.org/Images/membership/sigs/sigtel.gif> What Online
Teachers Need to Know and Do
The American Academy
Research shows that the teacher is the single most important factor in
an online student's success. While content knowledge transfers from a
brick-and-mortar classroom to an online one, the classroom management
and student communication skills do not. In this webinar, we'll examine
the things online teachers need to know and do to help their students be
successful; we'll also discuss best practices for building capacity in
Join us for this webinar. This free event will be limited to the first
100 SIGTel members that register. Don't miss out on this opportunity!
Monday, December 8, 2008
1pm Pacific / 2pm Mountain / 3pm Central / 4pm Eastern
Rebekah Richards is the SVP of Academic Affairs & Principal of The
American Academy. Rebekah has worked in online high school education
since 1999; she has been involved in the early stage planning and
implementation of numerous public and private online high schools
throughout the country, including Colorado Online Learning,
Connecticut's Adult Education online program, The Online Latin School,
and Insight Schools, Inc.
Prior to joining The American Academy, Rebekah was the Director of
Curriculum & Instruction at Insight Schools, a subsidiary of the Apollo
Group. Previously, she was the Founder and Executive Director of The
Online Latin School, an online content and service provider for high
schools; Rebekah also taught Latin and ancient Greek online for six
Rebekah is a frequent speaker on k12 online learning and has been
featured at national and international conferences on topics including
online learning for students with learning disabilities, online
instructor training, learning management systems, training complex
cognitive skills, and instructional message design.
Rebekah received a B.A. in Classics from Brigham Young University, an
M.S. in Instructional Design and Technology from Utah State University,
and an M.A. in Classical Philology from the University of
Space is limited. Reserve your seat now
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