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The TxVSN will be making system updates on
Friday, August 1, 2014 from
4:30 PM to 7:30 PM CDT.
During this time users may not be able to access, view, or edit information in the MyTxVSN System or on our website at www.txvsn.org.  If you need to contact us please call the TxVSN Help Desk at 866-938-9876 or e-mail TxVSNCentral@txvsn.org during our regular office hours Monday – Friday 7:00 AM – 4:30 PM CDT.
We apologize for any inconvenience to our users.
 
2013-2014 TxVSN Statewide Course Catalog Public School District and Open Enrollment Charter School
The updated TxVSN Statewide Course Catalog Public School District and Open Enrollment Charter School Agreement for the 2013-2014 school year is ready for your TxVSN District Administrators to complete.
2013-2014 Agreement

 
House Bill 1926 changes to TxVSN
The full session of the 83rd Texas Legislature passed House Bill 1926 which makes some changes to the operations of the TxVSN statewide catalog.  The TxVSN statewide catalog website documentation, agreements, FAQs and other relevant information will be updated upon receipt of final guidance from the Texas Education Agency.

 
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The Successful Online Learner

 


Success depends on many factors, not all of which are technology related.

The successful online learner:

  • Is self-motivated and is often expected to branch out and find other resources.
  • Is self-disciplined; not a procrastinator; will need to budget time.
  • Will question what he/she does not understand; depending on the structure of the class, the learner may feel isolated because there will be no face-to-face interaction with fellow classmates, so the learner must be comfortable with "conversations" with the teacher and with the class through open discussion threads.
  • Has good reading skills; all means of communication depend on good reading skills.
  • Has good writing skills; is able to express ideas clearly to prevent misunderstanding or confusion. (There is no voice inflection or body language which help in understanding the spoken word.)
  • Should set aside time for online study; this is part of being self-disciplined. 

To learn more and be prepared for online learning, visit the TxVSN CLUE IN, a Student Orientation to Online Learning program.