Celebrate National Distance Learning Week Nov. 8-12 with Live, Daily Free Programs for K-12

PRESS RELEASE FROM CENTER FOR INTERACTIVE LEARNING AND COLLABORATION (CILC)
October 29, 2021
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Grace Markley
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NORTH MANKATO, Minn. —

Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration offers virtual interactive field trips ranging from Celebrating Diwali to Careers in the NFL

Distance learning has long been a part of the education landscape. In the midst of the second pandemic-disrupted year the field has flexed, adapted and evolved to encompass a myriad of teaching methods to a wide-ranging student population. In May 2020 demand for online educational courses was up 250% from the previous year. Virtual learning has become a permanent fixture in modern academia. This year, the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (CILC) is honoring National Distance Learning Week (NDLW) by offering 10 live, virtual lessons and field trips with topics ranging from scientific to historical to artistic. Below is a list of the two free classes offered each day during NDLW along with a link to registration.

Monday, Nov. 8: 

Tuesday, Nov. 9:       

Wed., Nov. 10:          

Thursday, Nov. 11:    

Friday, Nov. 12:         

CILC encourages educators from around the globe to sign up here. Teachers, school administrators, parents and childcare professionals are encouraged to browse CILC’s complete library of programs or register for a free membership at cilc.org.

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About
The Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (CILC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides equal access to educational and cultural opportunities for all communities by supporting K-5 educators with authentic, relevant, interactive learning experiences. Through virtual interactive program offerings, kids and educators have access to limitless learning opportunities, from math, science and tech to art, language and history from hundreds cultural organizations, heritage centers, and diverse content experts. For more information about CILC’s programming or to incorporate into a school’s curriculum, please visit https://www.cilc.org/.