This professional development series from West Liberty University is focused on approaches, resources, and tools for teaching and learning in PK-16+ classrooms. In fifty-minute virtual sessions, educators will learn new ways to use engaging and relevant methods and technologies. Join the university for one or more of the 16 sessions being offered Wednesdays and Thursdays from October 6 through December 2, 5:00 – 5:50 pm. The sessions will also be recorded for later viewing on Topper Station, West Liberty University’s virtual streaming platform. 

Please reach out to Lou Karas at lkaras@westliberty.edu or 304-336-8162 if you have any questions about the Connected Classroom 4.0 schedule or a specific session.  

Educators have the option of receiving graduate credit, through West Liberty University, for their participation in the Connected Classroom Virtual Learning Series 4.0 this fall. A three-credit option (for re-certification and pay increments) is available at the special rate or $180 for three credits.

For additional information about the graduate credit option or to register for the class, please contact The Office of Graduate Studies at gradstudies@westliberty.edu or 304-336-8015. 

For information about the required assignments for the graduate credit course, please contact Dr. Nicole Ennis, Director of the Masters of Arts in Education Program at nicole.ennis@westliberty.edu, 304-336-8486 (office) or 304-830-1777 (cell).

The Connected Classroom Virtual Learning Series is a program of the Center for Arts and Education and the Masters of Arts in Education Program of the College of Education & Human Performance at West Liberty University.