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What is Virtual Training?
- Live Online Virtual Training Sessions that are complimentary to our customers!
- A GREAT way to learn how to use Burlington’s amazing courses! (More than 50 unique courses!)
- Convenient – Multiple Sessions Offered Every Month! (Find one that fits YOUR schedule!)
- A phenomenal way to collaborate with Adult Educators across the nation!
- Facilitated by highly-trained Burlington Specialists!
- Fun and Easy! Receive a Certificate of Completion for each session attended!
What sessions are offered?Getting Started 101: Teacher Orientation
Ready to get started with BurlingtonEnglish? Join us for Part 1 of a 2-part initial training series. Discover our comprehensive English program, our easy-to-use instructional tools, and how to implement BurlingtonEnglish as a blended-learning or distance-learning solution.
Prerequisite: none Getting Started 102: How to Orient Students
Ready to get your students started with BurlingtonEnglish? Join us for Part 2 of our initial training series. Learn how to assign coursework to students, navigate the Student’s Zone and our mobile Vocabulary Practice. Teachers will be equipped to successfully conduct student orientation sessions with BurlingtonEnglish.
Prerequisite: Getting Started 101 Planning Lessons
Need help piecing together your Burlington blended lessons? Join us and other teachers to learn how to use projectable in-class lessons (ICL), downloadable worksheets, Student’s Zone lessons, and mobile practice to build your Burlington blended curriculum.
Prerequisite: Getting Started 101 & 102 Burlington Basics
Do you need a curriculum solution for your low literacy students? If so, join us and other teachers to learn how Burlington Basics helps students gain basic language skills, digital literacy skills, and the essential vocabulary to communicate successfully in English.
Prerequisite: Getting Started 101 & 102 Career Exploration & Soft Skills
Are you looking for a course that integrates instruction on career pathways with essential workplace soft skills? If so, join us and other educators in navigating our NEW Career Exploration & Soft Skills course. We will equip you with the tools to help your students explore career clusters, plan a possible career pathway, and master the interpersonal and workplace soft skills they need to ensure success in the workplace.
Prerequisite: Getting Started 101 & 102 Prepare for CASAS – Test Practice & Reporting
Do you want to help your students improve their performance on their NRS assessments? Join us and other teachers to learn how Test Practice and Progress Reporting within Prepare for CASAS can help your students improve their test-taking skills, achieve higher test scores, and increase their English language proficiency.
Prerequisite: Getting Started 101 & 102 Prepare for CASAS – In-Class Lessons
Are you looking for competency-based lessons to enhance your ESL curriculum or useful competency reports for remediation? Join us and other teachers to learn how the In-Class Lessons and Group Competency Report within Prepare for CASAS will equip you with strategies to quickly identify and remediate competency areas resulting in increased student test scores and improved learning gains.
Prerequisite: Getting Started 101 & 102 Live Study Hall Q&A
Do you have questions about using BurlingtonEnglish with your students? Join us for our live Q&A session with the Virtual Training Team where we will field questions across all our courses to help you make the most of your BurlingtonEnglish experience.
Prerequisite: Getting Started 101 & 102 Data-Driven Instruction
Do you want to learn how to use the data from Student Progress Reports to customize your instruction? If so, join us and other teachers to “Drill into the Details” of BurlingtonEnglish Student Progress Reports. Teachers will learn how to run reports, interpret sample data, and collaborate with other teachers to customize instruction.
Prerequisite: Getting Started 101 & 102 For more information, click here to contact your BurlingtonEnglish Customer Manager.