Blended learning combines traditional face-to-face instruction with technology-based online educational materials. With blended learning, students and teachers will be prepared to pivot from learning in the school building to remote instruction as needed.
Teachers will use a Google Classroom website to share instructional videos, post assignments, and collaborate with students. Students will use Chromebooks to access Google Classroom to access class materials, videos and submit assignments. Teachers will be equipped with laptops that provide them with all of the technology they need to manage blended learning including software that allows them to share screens and monitor student progress.
The blended learning model will use the district curriculum resources and pacing.
Remote Learning Curriculum
When it is necessary for teachers and students to work remotely, new learning will continue online following the same district curriculum resources and pacing as they would in the building.
If schools pivot to remote learning, face-to-face instruction will be adapted to pre-recorded video, audio, or live virtual interaction. Core classes will have new instruction daily. Elective classes will provide instruction 2-3 times each week.
Teachers will be available to families to provide academic support whether students are onsite or remote or enrolled in the virtual learning program. Families and students will be able to communicate with teachers through the following:
- Google Meet conferences
- Designated office hours
- Messaging systems like Remind 101
- In-person conference by appointment while adhering to health and safety guidelines