Being online in a power cut

We’re facing the prospect of planned power cuts this winter, to protect the energy and power grid. This will have an obvious impact on lots […]

Study Highlights the Benefits of Online Learning for Hospital-Homebound Students

Hospital-homebound students face a variety of situations that can interfere with their educational and personal wellbeing. For example, frequent absenteeism from brick-and-mortar institutions results in […]

10 Reasons You’ll Definitely Want to Take a Class at Florida Virtual School

If you asked us why we think you should take a class at Florida Virtual School—we could list 100 reasons. But today we’ll start with […]

What’s Florida Virtual School Actually Like?

So, what’s Florida Virtual School actually like? Thanks for asking. We’d love to tell you! Florida Virtual School is school + all the snacks. It’s […]

FLVS Corkboard: Spring 2022 Highlights

April showers bring May flowers… and a ton of activities and events at Florida Virtual School. Here’s what’s happening this spring and how you can […]

How to Find and Keep Motivation (Tips from a Current Student)

Why is motivation important? For one thing, motivation helps you be productive. Motivation will help you achieve your short or long-term goals. With all kinds […]

The right tool for the job

From Seth Godin’s blog, he wrote about the right tool for the job. As a learning technologist or learning designer, this is a phrase and […]

Video Assessment & the Future of Technology in Higher Ed

At the start of the COVID pandemic, academic institutions moved entire course catalogs online in a matter of days or weeks. Since then, they’ve been […]

Panel Discussion: Diversity in Leadership

Yesterday I took part in a panel discussion on the invite of The Millennium Universal College. Billed as an initiative of the Career Development Center […]

Back to ‘what’ Normal? #AulaCon

Last week (May, 2021) I attended my first ever totally online event since the pandemic started in March 2020. This was a big thing for […]

Change takes time

This week the UK has relaxed the lockdown restrictions, meaning we can hug family members and go to the pub. Actually in the pub. Should […]

With the Flexibility to Dream Big, FLVS Graduate Aims for Harvard Law

In an early May afternoon in Cambridge, Massachusetts, you can feel the cool, spring breeze and an electric buzz in the air as Harvard students prepare for graduation. And on the weathered stone steps of Harvard Law […]

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