It is more critical than ever that learners have a nimble, accessible, equitable educational experience regardless of space, place or time.
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) developed a statewide initiative* designed to bring high-quality, online professional learning opportunities to educators that will build their capacity to meet the dynamic needs of each learner in online, blended, and digitally rich learning environments. The Institute for Personalized Learning, a division of CESA #1, is partnering with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction to assist districts in this transition. These two agencies will work alongside other key strategic state partners including: the Wisconsin Digital Learning Collaborative (CESA 9 and eSchool Network) and the CESA Digital Learning and Instructional Coordinators to complete this work.
Below you will find an inclusive list of resources (for teachers, students, families, and communities) that can be leveraged to help in the planning and programming of high quality online and in-person teaching, learning, communication, and engagement. These materials can be embedded in professional learning, included in classroom lessons, or referenced for best practice in teaching. The resources in the table below are aligned to the National Standards for Quality Online Learning and are further organized by topics within those standards. These standards also connect to supports around coaching in the Educator Effectiveness program for both teachers and administrators as they create and provide blended and virtual educational experiences.