Please join us Thursday evening for a special Twitter event and incredible giveaway. Experts from K12 will be tweeting with us about the rising trend in virtual learning. During the event we will also be holding a scavenger hunt for participants, two of whom will win a 16GB iPhone 4*!
The Rising Trend in Virtual Learning: Good or Bad?
When: Thursday, August 12th from 9:00 to 10:00 p.m. ET
Where: Twitter hashtag #K12Learning
Kimber Podsedek – High School Advisor, K12’s Colorado Virtual Academy
Kayleen Marble – Lead Master Teacher, K12’s Arizona Virtual Academy
Lori Beverage – Manager, K12 National Online Family Support
Tom DiGiovanni – Sr. Director, K12 Product Planning and Design
During the event Thursday guests will be asked scavenger hunt questions whose answers can be found at K12.com. While some of these questions will just add a fun twist to our discussion, two questions will decide the winners of our iPhone 4 giveaways. Study now and be sure to participate to win! This giveaway is open to residents of the United States and Canada.
As the largest online curriculum provider and administrator of charter schools (K-12) in the nation, K12 (www.k12.com) provides students and families many options. In partnership with public e-schools, K12 offers a tuition-free option that uses K12’s original curriculum, accessed via an Online School and through more traditional methods. Also, the K12 International Academy is a private, diploma-granting school with extensive, individualized support to focus on unlocking each student’s unique potential. Part-time options are also available for teacher-led, credit-bearing courses. Last year, approximately 70,000 students were educated in K12 schools in 25 states. Additionally, our community includes over 2,000 teachers, making us the largest network of online school teachers in the United States.
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*Giveaway prize will be in the form of an Apple gift card for the full cost of the retail value of an iPhone 4. Purchase of the phone and service agreement with AT&T will be the responsibility of the winner.