Critical Lessons for Delivering Online Instruction from the CEO of One Schoolhouse

Critical Lessons for Delivering Online Instruction from the CEO of One Schoolhouse

About the Webconference

Presented by: Pete Talbot and Brad Rathgerber

Schools across the nation are attempting to make an unprecedented transition to online delivery, but most teachers and schools are new to online instruction. This session is co-hosted by Brad Rathgeber, CEO and Head of School at One Schoolhouse, which has been delivering online education for more than a decade. One Schoolhouse offers more than 61 different courses to 159 different schools and provides intensive PD for teachers in online pedagogy.

This session will highlight the expertise that One Schoolhouse has amassed over the years and provide an opportunity for Q+A.

  • What skills do teachers need to deliver online instruction effectively?
  • What should daily online schedules look like?
  • How should schools balance synchronous and asynchronous work?
  • What works and doesn’t work for younger students when it comes to online instruction?

About Brad and One Schoolhouse

Brad Rathgeber is the Head of School & CEO of One Schoolhouse, a consortium that partners with independent schools to expand learning opportunities for students and educators online. Brad champions an independent school approach to online learning, believing that the best classrooms are relational, challenging, and supportive. Prior to One Schoolhouse, Brad worked as a teacher and administrator at Holton-Arms School in Bethesda, MD. Before that, Brad worked in higher education in advancement. Brad earned a bachelor’s degree from UNC-Chapel Hill, where he was a Morehead-Cain Scholar, and a master’s degree from Dartmouth.

One Schoolhouse is a supplemental educational organization that provides courses and programs for students and adult learners. Our mission is to empower learning and transform education. They do this by leading through innovation; inspiring learners; and partnering with schools and organizations.

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