Daily Schedule - Remote Learning

Explanation of REMOTE LEARNING Schedule:

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There is a need for teachers to directly connect with their students during remote learning.  This schedule was developed with an interest in being thoughtful of student screen time and the length of their day tied to their computer.  This schedule provides flexibility for students completing asynchronous instruction along with providing them asynchronous support they can access during the school day.

 

What is the Difference Between Synchronous and Asynchronous Instruction?

Synchronous instruction:  students are in a remote learning environment; the teacher is delivering real time instruction via Microsoft Teams to the whole class, small groups of students, or individual students.

 

Asynchronous learning and support:  students are in a remote learning environment; the teacher has pre-developed or recorded lessons the students complete when convenient for the student/family and complete learning tasks based on pre-developed or recorded lessons.

 

A Sample Schedule for “Student” Kelly Clapp on a Monday

·         1st Period:  Calculus.  Kelly signs into Microsoft Teams with the rest of her 1st period class.  Attendance is taken. 

·         3rd Period:  English 12.  Kelly signs into Microsoft Teams with the rest of her 3rdperiod class.  Attendance is taken.

·         Lunch

·         Asynchronous Learning and Support:  Kelly will be able to work on a task/lessons that teachers have already provided for the week. 

·         5th Period:   Spanish 4.   Kelly signs into Microsoft Teams with the rest of her 5th period class.  Attendance is taken. 

·         7th Period:  Guitar 2 Kelly signs into Microsoft Teams with the rest of her 7th period class.  Attendance is taken. 

·         0 hour is only for the students who would normally access their class before school starts for everyone. 

·         Asynchronous Learning and Support:  Kelly will be able to work on a task/lessons that teachers have already provided for the week. 

Note that on days with Homeroom, kids will generally log on with their 3rd period teacher, unless we have a special “school-wide” Teams Live event.  We will communicate those events ahead of time.