The Deeper Learning video series illustrates deeper learning across the Commonwealth of Virginia. These segments were designed to provide real-life examples of teachers implementing deeper learning and how it looks in a variety of settings.This series was produced by WHRO Education in partnership with Jobs for the Future, Inc., the Virginia Department of Education, and with generous funding support from The William and Flora. Follow this Link
Using Instructional Tools Resources for Remote Learning
Using Google Classroom for Parents
Using Seesaw for Parents
Using Canvas to Support Student Learning for Parents
Parent Resources for Edgenuity
;Other Learning Resources
Standards of Learning and Testing Links
This site is currently undergoing a redesign by James Madison University to better reflect changes in technology, services, and SOLs that have occurred since the site was originally created.
The Standards of Learning (SOL) describe the commonwealth's expectations for student learning and achievement in grades K-12 in English, mathematics, science, history/social science, technology, the fine arts, foreign language, health and physical education, and driver education.
The resources here are intended to support and enhance student preparation for the Standards of Learning Assessment. These tutorials provide direct exposure to the format and structure of the questions, and enable users to receive direct feedback for each item. Users can also download and print resource information for tips, techniques, and strategies related reading and writing.
These files are a form of the tests that students across the Commonwealth of Virginia took as part of the Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) Assessments. The test questions are representative of the content and skills included in the Virginia SOL tests and are provided to help you understand the format of the tests and questions. The answer to each question can be found in the back of each test booklet.
This is a training tool designed to help Virginia’s teachers prepare students for the English Standards of Learning Direct Writing Assessment. Developed by the Virginia Department of Education and Pearson Educational Measurement, this program provides practice-scoring opportunities with sets of papers written by Virginia students.
Virgina Code 20 U.S.C. § 6312(e)(2)(B).
Virginia Learns Anywhere
In an effort to support Virginia educators, VDOE created the Continuity for Learning (C4L) Task Force consisting of teachers, leaders, and collaborating educational partners across Virginia. The C4L Task Force has prepared Virginia Learns Anywhere which reinforces much-needed structure while also empowering individual teachers to support students in learning remotely. The C4L Task Force encourages divisions to develop and implement continuous learning plans in partnership with local county health departments, families, staff, and local boards of education.
Virtual Best Practices Resource Page
Deeper Learning Video Series
The purpose of this Continuity for Learning (C4L) Professional Development Guidance document is to assist administrators as they consider the professional learning needed to ensure the continuation of quality instruction and services through the close of the 2019-2020 school year and to remain prepared for the school year ahead. Follow this Link
Welcome to the Comprehensive Instructional Program (CIP). The CIP is a consortium of public school divisions in Virginia working collaboratively to improve student achievement as measured by Virginia's Standards of Learning assessments. The CIP is designed to help instructors by providing activities and assessments that are highly aligned to Virginia's Curriculum Frameworks in content and rigor. These resources have been submitted by teachers who have demonstrated superior performance as evidenced by their students' scores on Virginia's SOL assessments. The CIP also analyzes data across the consortium to identify successful schools and divisions and share their practices with other consortium members. Follow this link