Welcome School Counselors!

Supporting Online Students (SOS)

Students need our help!

How can we maximize the success of our online students? 

This class is designed to help all  educators who work with students taking remote classes to support student learning.   Through the lens of example student personas we will examine features of the online class, skills of the online student, specific support systems we can create, and how to interpret student data.  The class will cumulate with participants creating a resource map which will be helpful to the school and individual students in showing what supports are available for students.  

This class is a 6 week, 15 hour class designed for all educators who support students taking online classes.   This includes school counselors, administrators, librarians, paraeducators, and any other educators students may turn to for assistance.  

Have Questions?! Contact Us!
Please don’t hesitate to call or email us with any questions you may have! We are available by phone Monday – Friday from 8am-4pm or by email.

VTVLC Help Desk
VTVLC’s Help Desk Knowledge Base is a repository of the most frequently asked questions and includes step-by-step instructions for frequent tasks in the VTVLC system.

Video Tutorials 
Here you will find helpful videos to help students with registration, course navigation, and what to expect in an online course, as well as course tours.  You may find these videos helpful to share with your students.

You’re Invited! 
Annual Online and Blended Learning Conference

You are invited to join one of the largest conferences devoted to Online and Blended Learning in New England which supports teachers and those who help support students to be successful as engaged learners. This two-day conference is presented as a two-part event with a focus on teaching practice the first day, and a second day devoted to supporting learners through multi-tiered system of supports, best-practices, and systems-level process. Both days are open to educators, school administrators and school counselors.

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