Online Resource Partners
In an effort to assist educators, VDOE partners with a variety of organizations to provide web portals to standards-based content including lesson plans, interactive programs, educational programs and online resources for K-12 students. In addition, many of these partnership portals provide access to a variety of training, professional development and access to resources to improve and enhance teaching and learning.
The websites listed below provide resources covering all four core subject areas – English, mathematics, science and history/social science – for K-12 students. Additional partnering resources that target a specific instructional topic, such as algebra, can be located by visiting the topic and looking under resources.online account.
Virginia on iTunes U is a dedicated area within Apple’s iTunes Store featuring free access to educational content. Through iTunes U for K-12 education, students, teachers and other registered users can “learn on the go” by downloading audio and video content onto a computer or handheld device with podcast capabilities.
(NOTE: You must have iTunes installed on your computer to access the Virginia on iTunes U site. A free download of iTunes is available for PC or Mac.)Standards of Learning. Virtual instruction in the commonwealth’s public schools includes programs operated by multidivision online providers approved by the Board of Education and VDOE's Virtual Virginia, an online school offering Advanced Placement and foreign language courses. Public television stations also provide instructional services and programs.