Q&A: My child has been attending online schooling for the past year. How can I make the transition back to public school easy for my child?Mar 8, 2016
Question: My child has been attending online schooling for the past year. How can I make the transition back to public school easy for my child?
Question: How long do students have to drop a course after it begins?
Question: How can my student socialize while attending an online school?
Question: What is independent study and is it available to online students?
Question: I've heard that online schooling is easier than traditional classroom learning, is that true?
Question: Do online instructors allow late assignments?
With all of the negative things you hear about kids and the Internet, it's easy to think that the two weren't meant to mix. However, a growing body of research indicates there are benefits for children who use social media in an appropriate way.
Question: Online classes always ask for student bios. What should I put?
Question: How many online classes should I take at a time?
Question: I want to improve my GPA while continuing to attend my local high school. Is it possible to keep going to my school while taking classes online and raise my GPA?
Question: I'm starting an online program in about a week, but my English skills are below average. Can I still be successful in an online school setting?
Question: What do I do if my child is bullied while participating in online school?
Question: I was on schedule to graduate this year but due to illnesses both this year and last, I have become about a year-and-a-half worth of credits behind in school. Will I be able to catch up by enrolling in online courses?
Question: What do I do if I'm failing my online class?
Question: Can I use my online instructor as a personal or professional reference?
Question: What is an academic advisor and do all schools have them?
Question: What are your recommendations for providing partner feedback?
Question: What's the best way to recognize an outstanding instructor?
Question: What is plagiarism, and what does this have to do with being an online student?
Question: Is tutoring available online? If so, how does it work?
Question: How do I respectfully express my opinions without causing conflict?
Question: What are the expectations when participating in an online class?
Students working to complete their secondary education have two options: a high school diploma or a GED. Which one is better?
Procrastination, isolation: sound familiar? For online students, there are several roadblocks standing in the way of success. Here are just five of them you need to avoid.
Question: As an online teacher, what do you wish online students did differently?