Introducing the Otus eLearning Academy

Author: Eric Patnoudes | Hot Topics in K12 |

If you’re anything like me, you’re struggling to keep the kids productively busy during the day. Many educational technology companies are stepping up by providing free subscriptions and upgrades to their services.

Access to tools is a great place to start, but what if you also had experienced educators providing learning opportunities to keep your kids engaged during this difficult time?

We’re excited to announce that Otus has started a free online school! We offer K-12 courses in various subjects taught by former educators who are currently employed by Otus.

Our team is offering classes to students from Kindergarten through 12th grade. They include topics like English Language Arts, Math, Art, STEM, and even PE! At Otus, we are former educators and team members passionate about teaching and learning. All of our employees have passed federal and state background checks. The initial selection of courses begin on Monday, March 23, 2020, are self-paced, and offer open enrollment.

For more information about how to sign up for a course visit https://otus.com/learn/.

 

Previously a Teacher, Instructional Technologist, and Adjunct Professor | Co-Founder ConnectIT Blog at @Edtech_K12

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