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VTVLC adds student clubs to 2020-2021 offerings

The Vermont Virtual Learning Cooperative (VTVLC) has been providing online courses to Vermont students for over ten years, but this year, VTVLC expanded its offerings to the extracurricular realm with two student clubs: the Gender-Sexuality Alliance (GSA) and Student...

VTVLC Talks with A Teacher – Theresa Akerley

Theresa Akerley, a biology teacher with VTVLC’S CSO program, never expected to teach online. “Online teaching has been an experience I probably would have never signed up for,” Akerley said. “But I’m thrilled that the circumstances provided the opportunity and...

VTVLC Talks with a Teacher – Geoff Glaspie

Prior to this school year, Geoff Glaspie was serving as an Algebra and Geometry teacher at Champlain Valley Union High School. But, when his principal asked for volunteers to teach in the Collaborative School Option (CSO) program, which allowed teachers and students...

The Widened World of Online Learning

The Widened World of Online Learning If you’ve turned on the news lately, you’ve probably seen footage of people protesting across the country. These individuals are coming from hundreds of different backgrounds. They don’t know the story of the person next to them,...

Brainstorming Ways to Improve Traditional Classrooms

Brainstorming Ways to Improve Traditional Classrooms There are a number of ways traditional school could be improved that I would love to see make the jump from idea to reality. While the feasibility of implementation ranges from simple to complex, the following are...

Opportunities for Learning Outside of the Online Classroom

Opportunities for Learning Outside of the Online Classroom The current pandemic has brought along a lot of change since Governor Phil Scott announced the Stay Home, Stay Safe order that went into effect in late March. Among these changes, at least for a period of...

VTVLC Essay Contest Winner

VTVLC Essay Contest Winner Back in May, we asked our students how being a VTVLC student has affected them during a time in which schools are shifting to a virtual learning modality. Jing Yi, a full-time student at Burr and Burton Academy who takes additional classes...

Managing School and Mental Health

Managing School and Mental Health When you were a child, did you ever read the book ​Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day ​by Judith Viorst? If you didn’t, that’s alright. I’m pretty sure you can conclude the plot from the title. When I was...

Busting the myths about online learning

Busting the myths of online learning Misconception tends to follow the new and unfamiliar. So, it’s no surprise that numerous misconceptions about how online learning abound. Many people believe in these misconceptions primarily because they have little to no...

Preparing for College in the Virtual Classroom

Preparing for College in the Virtual Classroom For as long as I can remember, I’ve liked to plan ahead. The idea of the unknown, regardless of its capacity, has always terrified me. I constantly think about the future. And, by that I mean, I’ve been planning for...

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