Facilitator: Donna Henry, Director Virtual Learning
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Summer: May 8 - June 16, 2017
Lewisville ISD offers professional learning for online teaching, a requirement for teaching on the Texas Virtual School Network. Teachers will learn about the pedagogy involved in online instruction so that they can facilitate engaging and meaningful courses in their content area. Upon course completion, participants will earn a certificate of completion and 30 SBEC credits. In this course, teachers will experience:
Donna Henry has served the LISD community in a variety of roles since 2002. She began her LISD career as a Language Arts teacher at DeLay Middle School. She went on to serve as an Instructional Specialist with Accelerated Instructional Services and then as the Secondary Language Arts Supervisor for seven years. Prior to joining the LISD family, Ms. Henry taught in California and Illinois, and owned a consulting and eCommerce business.
Donna joined the Virtual Learning Academy team in 2012. She has continued to grow the program and provided the vision for the current LISDblendED model. Donna is committed to student agency and serving students through personalized learning pathways.
Donna holds a master’s degree in Education from Claremont Graduate School, a master’s degree in English from Texas Woman’s University, and a bachelor’s degree in History from California State University, San Bernardino. Sher earned her online teacher certification through Texas A & M.
Fun fact: Donna was the first girl to earn a letter on a boy's athletic team in California.
Interests: Photography, fly fishing, and chasing after her Golden Retriever, Vespa.
Texas Education Agency (TEA) has announced key partnerships to implement critical functions of the Texas Virtual School Network (TXVSN), including professional development for teaching online. Prior to teaching courses offered via the TXVSN, instructors are required to take TXVSN-approved professional development that specifically focuses on learning to teach effectively in the online environment. Information about course offerings, professional development, and participation in the TXVSN is available online at http://www.txvsn.org. Questions about the TXVSN should be sent to the TXVSN central operations at TXVSNCentral@txvsn.org or call 1-866-93TXVSN (1-866-938-9876).