National Virtual Teacher Association

Setting a new standard for teaching students virtually
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Virtual education is growing at an outstanding rate and the NVTA believes that a new standard needs to be set in order to ensure students receive a quality education through this new medium. Our certification empowers educators to provide the world-class virtual instruction that every student deserves.

2022 NVTA Virtual Teacher of the Month Nomination

Thank you for taking the time to nominate an NVTA Virtual Teacher of the Month. Please note, there is no limit to the number of nominations you may submit. Also note, a person will not be selected based solely on the number of nominations they received- the panel will evaluate the responses to determine the NVTA teacher making the greatest impact in virtual instruction.

What does the research say about quality virtual teachers? With increasing access to the internet and a fast-growing global population, virtual teaching is how the next generation of students is going to learn and excel.

At the very core of our team is our diverse Education Advisory Board of talented professionals who have a vested interest in improving the quality of professional education. The Education Advisory Board consists of leaders, scholars, and innovators from around the country with extensive knowledge of the importance of quality virtual instruction.

Dr. Sheila Harrison-Williams

Arizona School Board Association Executive Director

Kimberly Harrington Markus

Former New Jersey Commissioner of Education

Clifton Taulbert

Pulitzer Nominated Author & President and Founder of the Building Community Institute

NVTA Certification Course Graduate Credit

The NVTA is proudly partnered with Adams State University to allow every teacher who takes our certification course to optionally convert it into 3 graduate credits. Learn more about certification course pricing here.

The Importance of Being a Certified Virtual Teacher

Being able to create a quality learning environment online is much different than creating a physical one. In order to transition to a virtual classroom, teachers need to acquire new skills, learn how to access and implement free and paid resources to engage students, and master the flexibility of a virtual classroom using video streaming.

Are you ready to become a superhero for your students?

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