Research (Means et al., 2013) supports that online learning outcomes do not differ significantly from face to face learning outcomes. To read the full research paper, go to the Resources page or see The Effectiveness of Online and Blended Learning: A Meta-Analysis of the Empirical Literature (PDF).
ViSN (Virtual School Network) is a network of CEWA schools that work together to develop and deliver online courses. Commencing in 2018, ViSN offers a range of courses with plans to expand the courses available to a variety of year groups.
Points of difference
The VISN model has been intentionally designed to reflect best practice for K-12 online learning, highlighted by 6 key points of difference.