As a statewide collaborative effort, WDLC shares knowledge and resources with K-12 schools, districts, and agencies who want to start or improve their online and blended learning practice. WDLC offers quality planning strategies, connections to implementation solutions, and peer-led learning opportunities that empower schools and districts to meet a wide array of learner needs for choice, flexibility, and instructional support.
Here educational leaders—no matter where they are on the online and blended learning spectrum—can access partner proven tools, resources, and strategies, understand best practices, and connect with other educators through peer-led professional learning events.
The ability for schools and districts to sustainably and equitably meet a wide array of learner needs for choice, flexibility, and instructional support is a vision we all share. By pooling our collective knowledge and resources, we address practices that will enable leadership to ensure all Wisconsin learners have access to high-quality learning opportunities and strive to leverage online and blended learning for academic and career readiness.
UPCOMING EVENTS & Courses
Accessibility: What Does It Mean for Online Learning
October 17, 2019
October 24, 2019
Applying the Quality Matters K-12 Secondary Rubric
November 4 – 25, 2019