Washington Districts Select Exceptional Child Online Professional Development System for Teachers and Paraeducators

Five of State’s Largest Districts Deliver Expert-authored PD to Improve Support for Students with Exceptionalities

CINCINNATI, OH (October 24, 2017) — Scenario Learning, a Vector Solutions company and developer of market-leading safety, compliance, and staff training solutions for schools and colleges, announced that districts across the Northwest are adopting the Exceptional Child Online Professional Development System to help better prepare educators to meet the diverse learning needs of their students. Administrators, teachers, and paraeducators in Washington districts, including five of the state’s largest districts, Tacoma Public Schools, Evergreen Public Schools, Bellevue School District, Highline Public Schools, and Kennewick School District, will now have access to over fifty online courses covering important special education topics.

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Pasco firefighters help create virtual reality training video

Pasco County Fire Rescue is helping to create a new training method using virtual reality.

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Thought Leaders in Online Education: Victoria Zambito, SVP of Content and Communications at Vector Solutions

Thought Leaders in Online Education: Victoria Zambito, SVP of Content and Communications at Vector Solutions 

Attention deficit disorder of our online universe has some direct impact on online learning. Read on for more.

Sramana Mitra: Let’s start by introducing our audience to yourself as well as to the company Vector Solutions.

Victoria Zambito: I’m the Senior Vice President of Content and Communications at Vector Solutions. Vector Solutions provides online education and performance solution to the heroes and thought leaders who design and build our world. We are focused on three niche verticals.

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Vector Solutions Presents Microlearning Transformation at Elliott Masie’s Learning 2017 Conference

Vector Solutions Presents Microlearning Transformation at Elliott Masie’s Learning 2017

Over 1,700 Learning and Development Professionals Will Gather to Explore Latest Trends

Tampa, FL. (October 12, 2017) — Vector Solutions, a leader in eLearning and performance support, will present a Microlearning case study at Elliott Masie’s Learning 2017 Conference being held in Orlando, Florida from October 22 to 25. The Vector Solutions session, titled “Macro-learning to Micro-learning – A Case Study on Transformation,” will take place on Monday, October 23. The discussion will explorechallenges and resolutions of adapting eLearning content and tools to meet the evolving demands of mobile-focused learners. The presentation will be led by Bobby Person, Senior Director of Product Management at Vector Solutions, and Michael Schreiner, Senior Director of Content at Vector Solutions.

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4 Ways To Breathe New Life Into Your Safety And Compliance Training

How To Breathe New Life Into Your Safety And Compliance Training

Refreshing course content and adding new learning tools are some of the simplest ways to increase interest and satisfaction in your company’s corporate training program.

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Vector Solutions Partners with City of St. Charles Fire Department to Create Realistic Training Video

Sept. 21, 2017—It’s Emergency Preparedness Month. And with recent hurricanes, we do not need reminders of how important it is to stay safe and be prepared, especially for our first responders.

In high-stakes environments, proper training is crucial and can be the difference between saving a life—and a life-changing accident. The problem is that realistic training is extremely expensive.

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Vector Solutions: delivering continuing education (CE), training, technology and performance management solutions

Vector Solutions: delivering continuing education (CE), training, technology and performance management solutions

Technically Speaking Segment: A brief interview with Jeff Gordon of Vector Solutions about innovative cloud-based solutions the world should know about.

“Creating powerful, mobile-ready applications and interactive, modernized course material that will increase organizational performance.”

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BULLIES IN THE TECH AGE: What parents should know about cyberbullying

BULLIES IN THE TECH AGE: What parents should know about cyberbullying

By Ashley Haynes

Freeman Staff

WAUKESHA — A quick Google search of the term “cyberbullying” will bring up thousands of cases from across the country. The issue has been under even more nationwide scrutiny after a number of suicides among young children and teens. Social media trends like the Blue Whale Challenge have also come into the national spotlight due to their dark nature and aim to get young children to harm themselves. Dr. Scott Poland, a nationally recognized licensed psychologist, says that preventing cyberbullying and other sinister trends starts at home.

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Top 6 Tips for Staying Safe this School Year

By: Victoria Zambito with Vector Solutions, parent company of SafeSchools

Going back to school can be an emotional time for both parents and children. It’s fun and exciting to start a new school year, yet it’s stressful and exhausting to be prepare for it. More than anything, it’s filled with a lot of anticipation of the unknowns. How will the teachers be? How will the other kids be? And most importantly, will my child be safe?

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Avoid Back-to-School Stress

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By: Samantha B. Rego
Back to school can be a stressful adjustment for everyone. Best way to fight anxiety is to get organized.

Here are some tips from our experts to help you and your family get and stay on track this school year – putting your mental health first is key to living a happier, healthier life.

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