Planning for Continuous Improvement

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Live Webinar - Monday, June 22nd, 2020 from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM (CST)

Digital learning is gaining broader recognition as a valid tool for scenarios such as inclement weather, student safety, mental health, enrichment, summer school, eLearning or Virtual Learning Days, school closures, pandemic planning, personalized learning, and varying student choice shifts in education.

If you are planning for any of these scenarios or looking to leverage online learning in a positive way or meet learner needs, the Wisconsin Digital Learning Collaborative (WDLC) is here to help no matter where you are on the spectrum of planning.

Join us for a live webinar to hear from educators with years of experiences in the online learning space. Register here. Registrants will be sent the link for the webinar prior to June 22nd.

Below are a few great resources to leverage as part of your planning to help jump start your digital efforts without recreating the wheel:

  1. WDLC Online Learning Guides and Planning Resources

  2. 2020 Digital Learning Snapshot

  3. eLEARNING Days, A Scan of policy and guidance

  4. Wisconsin DPI Planning and Implementation Resources

  5. National Standards for Quality

  6. National Standards for Quality Online Programs


    • Discuss what the focus of an online program can be and why.

    • Reflect on critical conversations online programs may benefit from.

    • Focus on just two to three areas of improvement most important to your program.

    • Decide on a specific area in which an online program has an opportunity for improvement.

    • Create next steps by identifying what needs to happen in order to start the continuous improvement process.

    • Identify who should be involved in the continuous improvement process.

National Standards for Quality Programs Addressed:

  • Standard C: Leadership
  • Standard H: Integrity & Accountability
  • Standard N: Program Evaluation

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Facilitators and Presenters


Dawn Nordine, Executive Director, Wisconsin Virtual School (WVS)

John Jacobs, Executive Director Wisconsin eSchool Network (WEN)

Guest Education Leaders & Practitioners from the Field:


This Event is Sponsored by the Wisconsin Digital Learning Collaborative

As a statewide collaborative effort, WDLC shares knowledge and resources with K-12 schools, districts, and agencies who want to start or improve their online and blended learning practice. WDLC offers quality planning strategies, connections to implementation solutions, and peer-led learning opportunities that empower schools and districts to meet a wide array of learner needs for choice, flexibility, and instructional support.