Rock On: Expert Advice from Two Master Teachers

Every time I look back at my career as a teacher, I realize how far I have come. What I find truly astounding is that […]

FLVS Corkboard: June Highlights

Hey students and parents—Summer’s in full swing and we have some sun-sational tidbits to share! But first, a few reminders… Mark your calendar for the […]

Recommendations to Teachers: An approach on the first day of academic year

Academic year may run either for 9 months or 10 months of the year and imagine how important and obvious the first day should be. […]

10 Reasons Why ‘C’ Students End Up Being More Successful After Graduation

The index of perfect academic success is excellent grades in all subjects. Parents encourage their kids to study well not realizing that A diploma is […]

Making Connections for the Future

Life is about the connections we make. Sometimes these connections come from people we’ve known our entire lives, friends next door, colleagues, or even classmates […]

Mastering Discussion-Based Assessments (DBAs)

If you missed this week’s Facebook Live Q&A about discussion-based assessments, don’t worry! In this post, we’re sharing a great video recap that covers everything […]

5 Tips to Help Struggling Students Succeed Online

An online learning environment can be challenging for many students — even those who have been successful in traditional learning environments. Unfamiliarity with online courses, […]

FLVS Attending SXSWedu

On March 6-9, 2017, Dr. Jodi Marshall, the Executive Vice President of Business and School Solutions at Florida Virtual School, and Mawi Asgedom, CEO of […]

6 Ways to Handle School-Related Stress

Stressed out about upcoming exams? Thinking ahead to AP or EOC (End-of-Course) exams? Graduating this year and still finishing scholarship essays or college applications? Don’t […]

Choose Your Education

Having choices is a beautiful thing. And it is especially powerful to have a choice when it comes to education. For an entire week (Jan. […]

Having the Choice to Travel

National School Choice Week is all about getting to choose the best educational option for your children. The Didier family chose virtual education so they […]

Citation Makers – Should the Students Cite by Hand, or is Technology Better?

In a recent discussion in a Facebook Group, a teacher asked “The teachers in my new English department are completely against online citation makers. They […]

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