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 […]

Global Implementation of Personalized Learning Methodology

The most demanding and revolutionary education sector works to the fullest to deliver the best to the recent and the new generations. The prevalence of […]

Ups and Downs of Friendship

It’s finally November, a time to be grateful for everything that we have. I am grateful for so much in my life: my family, pets, […]

Tech Tuesday – Using GradeCam to Scan, Score, and Assess on the Fly

My district is into its second year of GradeCam. GradeCam, for those of you who are unfamiliar, is like the old-school scantrons we used to […]

No Bull

Did you know October is National Anti-Bullying Month? Let’s be honest. How many of you have suffered at the hands of a bully but chose […]

Real Math v. Fake Math? Is Common Core Making Our Children Stupid?

I saw another one of those “Common Core Math is stupid” posts on Facebook again today. The post introduced the idea of “Fake Math.” And […]

Nice Kids Get As, Bad Kids Get Fs? Shifting from Chapter-Teaching to Standards-Teaching

I can remember sitting in my classroom, with a pile of papers to grade. I’d take a cursory perusal of the stack, looking at certain […]

Meet our 2016 Photo Contest Winners

Over the last several weeks, FLVS students have been sharing what makes them unique in our fall photo contest on social media. Using Instagram, Twitter, […]

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