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Welcome to VHS Learning


By: Julie Barrows

Since its creation almost 20 years ago, YouTube has grown to over 2 billion users each month, and over 500 hours of video co

By: Alyssa Colon

With the Covid-19 pandemic being in full swing since March of 2020, online classes have become the new normal for thousands, if not millions, across the nation– including me.

By: John Englander

After many months of hard work from our development team of subject matter experts and instructional designers, as well as the support and expertise of our curriculum partners in China, Continental

By: VHS Learning

It’s natural to want to decompress by consuming light and inspiring content that makes you smile. That’s where Twitter comes in.

By: VHS Learning

As an educator, it can be challenging to find the time to sit down and actively read teaching blogs, articles, or books for teaching inspiration and professional development.

By: Julie Barrows

It’s no surprise that both personal and professional challenges are causing teachers to feel

By: Angela McReynolds

Registration for summer VHS Learning courses is now open, and there are a wide range of 4- and 8-week options for students to earn school credit and explore new subjects.

By: Julie Barrows

2020 was a year of evolution for teaching, with the growth of full-time remote and hybrid learning, the development of new teaching methodologies and best practices, a shift in the ways teachers ca

By: Carol DeFuria

Each December, we look back and reflect upon all we have accomplished throughout the year. 2020 has truly been a year like no other.

By: Carol DeFuria

Engaging students in their education, giving them timely and appropriate feedback on their work, and making them feel like valued members of a learning community is hard enough to pull off in a reg