Why choose online learning this summer?
Our Summer Calendar will be out soon!
Spring is in the Air! Our April schedule is out...
Hour of CODE will be returning with a new time/ date -stay tuned!
Also - Special events for National Poetry Month TBA!
While schools throughout Vermont are working overtime to provide content curriculum in this challenging time, COVID has meant that many extracurricular activities, clubs, and support services have been canceled. Many students in Vermont are home schooling or remote learning for the first time, and as COVID numbers throughout the state increase so do the numbers of families chosing remote learning for thier children. These students need opportunities to engage with peers and pursue interests that help stimulate their curiosity and activate inspired learning from home. At the same time, many teachers are finding themselves out of work or without the extra income they once earned sponsoring clubs and extracurricular activities.
Green Mountain Online Learning Network is a group of local teachers and community members offering classes and clubs inspired by their own interests and talents. Our goal is to connect local Vermont students, teachers, and community members through fun and engaging online learning opportunities.
Our enrichment opportunities are available to home study students, remote learners, homeschool pods, school groups and students enrolled in local independent and public schools.
Green Mountain Online Learning Network is a research project in distance learning sponsored by River Branch Academics. Teachers involved provide feedback about their distance learning education and participate in a network forum. No student names or personal information will not be shared in research data.
Students who are identified as twice exceptional or Gifted/ Talented benefit from self paced enrichment and interest based academic pursuits. Online classes can be an great way for G/T and 2e students to collaborate with peers around academic inquiries.
Finding an outlet for personal interests and connecting with students who share similar interests is important for student mental health and motivation. Try one of our clubs that help connect Vermont students and teachers with similar interests.
Many local schools and organizations are offering online content and coursework. Check out some of these local community resources for online learning.
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