The Office of STEM and Innovation at the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) partnered with the Center for Implementation and Evaluation of Education Systems (CIEES) at Old Dominion University to develop a series of asynchronous learning modules, videos, and resources to support the effective delivery of virtual instruction. This professional development website offers research-based guidance to support school leaders, educators, and key staff in navigating both blended and fully online environments.
Supporting Positive Student Behavior in a Virtual EnvironmentThe first module in this series encompasses supporting positive student behavior in a virtual environment.
Structuring a Successful Virtual Learning ClassroomIn this module, we will examine how to structure a successful virtual learning experience for all students.
Synchronous and Asynchronous Teaching and LearningIn this module, we will examine the differences in synchronous and asynchronous teaching and learning.
Instructional ModelsIn this module, we will examine the different types of instructional models.
Substantive and Timely FeedbackIn this module, we will examine feedback as a tool to improve student learning in the virtual environment.