Welcome to New Hampshire’s Resource for K-12 Online Learning
This site provides a variety of resource links, from helpful hints on finding an online school or program to the latest research findings about online learning. We hope to provide students, parents, teachers, and administrators with the information they need to make informed decisions concerning the K-12 online learning opportunities available to the students and teachers of New Hampshire.
Finding a K-12 Online School or Course
The resources on this page will help you discover schools and courses available for New Hampshire students, along with some helpful hints on selecting one that’s right for you.
About Online Learning
The resources on this page will direct you to reports and articles about a variety of topics related to online learning. From guidelines for quality courses to information on using online learning for credit recovery and at risk students, the information found on these sites will help you gain a deeper understanding of the value of online learning.
Networks and Clearinghouses
The resources on this page represent a wealth of information about online learning and online learning institutions. The networks and clearinghouses provide free resources and information concerning online learning, best teaching and learning practices, learning objects, and professional development.
In New Hampshire, teachers use a variety of models for using online environments to support their teaching, from posting daily homework assignments to posting their entire course content online, and everything between. This page will connect you with resources and standards used by teachers to deliver quality instruction and materials online.
Is Online Learning for You?
Online learning is not for everyone. It depends on your circumstances, your degree of motivation, and your academic needs and preferences for learning.
NH e-Learning for Educators
Originaly funded through a federal Ready to Teach grant, NH e-Learning for Educators is a project of the NH Department of Education, offering online courses and tutorials through the OPEN NH program. OPEN NH is a growing cost-effective statewide online professional development system geared to school or district needs. A 7 week discussion based model is used for delivering high quality, online professional development. Each course earns a Certificate of Completion for 35 contact hours of professional development. Graduate credits are available through a partnership with Plymouth State University.
International Association for K-12 Online Learning
A non-profit membership association based in the Washington, DC area with over 3,800 members. Members represent a diverse cross-section of K-12 education from school districts, charter schools, state education agencies, non-profit organizations, research institutions, corporate entities and other content & technology providers.
The New Hampshire Department of Education is a member of the International Association for K-12 Online Learning.
EdTech Leaders Online ETLO provides capacity-building, research-based programs, courses and services to enable organizations to build successful online and blended learning programs that meet the needs of their teachers, administrators and students.