Posted by Brenda Fouse on 8/18/2020
Type 1 (without teacher directly:
- Provides students with teacher assigned lessons, tasks or assignments for students to work on at their own pace.
- All assignments, content, files and discussions are available on digital platforms accessible on a mobile device, laptop or desktop computer;
- Does not require all participants to be virtually present at the same time but does require daily engagement by the student;
- All pre-assigned work and resources are available to students through SeeSaw (PK) or Google Classroom (K-12);
- Participants are not required to be virtually present at the same time, but daily engagement by students is required;
- Pre-recorded videos are the primary delivery method of direct instruction from the teacher;
Type 2 (directly with teacher):
- Provides live, real time teaching with two-way teacher/student interaction.
- Supports Type 1 lessons by providing lesson guidance, supplemental instruction, and/or enrichment.
- Examples include guided practice, intervention, small group support, differentiated practice, specific feedback on assignments, progress checks, lesson closure, and additional social emotional learning;
- Teachers will provide live instruction, support, and guidance at scheduled, predictable, and posted “office hours”;
- Requires student engagement at specific, scheduled times via video conference.
- Participating in instruction for a minimum of 4 hours daily
- Students will be required to demonstrate engagement and progress daily.
- Progress will be measured through trackable student engagement in:
- the virtual learning system (PK- Seesaw; K-12 – Google Classroom),
- student - teacher interactions by video conference or phone,
- and submission of daily assignments.
- To be counted “Present” a student must demonstrate daily engagement in assignments.
- Attendance for virtual instruction will be taken daily by the classroom teacher.
- Students will be counted present on days in which they engage in one of these three methods.
- 1. Students engage in online learning and demonstrate progress with lessons, assignments, and teacher instruction.
- 2. Students directly interact with their classroom teacher and teacher confirms student engagement for a particular day. Student/teacher interaction can be through multiple methods including telephone or digital means.
- 3. Students submit an assignment through the learning management system on a particular day.