On Thursday, April 23 Ms. Heather Mullins, Chief Academic Officer, served on the North Carolina Blended Learning Summit Panel to share with stakeholders the progress Newton-Conover City Schools has made in blended learning initiatives. The North Carolina Blended Learning Summit was sponsored by Edgenuity, NWEA, Imagine Learning and Amazon. Over 200 educational leaders from across North Carolina met to discuss best practices in blended learning.
Panelists were asked to describe their blended models, share challenges they had encountered, how they built support, and their best piece of advice for schools and districts who were planning to implement blended learning initiatives.
- Benjamin Allred, Director of High Schools, ESL/Title III – Cabarrus County Schools
- Lucas Gillispie, Director of Academic and Digital Learning – Surry County Schools
- Scott Jacumin, Director of Instructional Technology – Union County Public Schools
- Hope Kohl, Director of Virtual Learning and Media Services – Charlotte- Mecklenburg Schools
- Michelle Lourcey, Chief Academic Officer, North Carolina Virtual Public School
- Heather Mullins, Chief Academic Officer – Newton-Conover City Schools
- Kathy White, Director of Virtual Learning – Surry County Schools