Schedule

Virtual Learning Schedule
Posted on 08/27/2020
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From 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. students will participate in the following virtual learning schedule, with built in Asynchronous Learning and Synchronous Learning. Please see definitions below for understanding.

Virtual Learning Schedule

Virtual Learning High School Schedule

Virtual Learning Definitions

Asynchronous Learning (Wednesdays)

Independent Learning – learning that occurs online or offline without real-time interaction or instruction by an educator. Independent learning is an opportunity to build background knowledge and content understanding. It reinforces concepts learned during live online learning. Examples may include, but are not limited to, pre-recorded video lessons, resource videos, assigned readings, independent practice, paper/pencil learning activities, rotation/center activities, and posted assignments.

Synchronous Learning - Periods 1,2,3,4,6,7,8 (see light blue shading)

Live Online Learning – learning that occurs in real-time with interaction between the teacher and students that takes place in a virtual classroom setting (i.e. access from home via a web conferencing tool). This instruction emulates traditional classroom instruction that includes direct instruction, targeted small group instruction, discussions, collaborative groups, and assessment. Active engagement and participation are expected.

Application of Learning - Can be Synchronous or Asynchronous (see dark gray shading)

Learning that occurs online or offline with real-time interaction or support from an educator that is aligned to each live online learning sessions. Students apply what they learned during the live online session at this time. Examples may include time for students to process and practice concepts, complete assigned work, preview material for an upcoming lesson, meet with the teacher for individual or small group support, or check in with the teacher regarding learning. Students may also participate in specialized direct instruction aligned to meet the student’s specific learning needs.

Advisory (STORM)

Opportunities that occur in real-time between a teacher and students that take place in a virtual classroom setting to build relationships, address social emotional learning, mentor, review digital citizenship expectations, check-in with students regarding Schoology, and support students learning from home. Advisories may be used for teacher office hours, and school will determine and communicated how advisory (STORM) will be utilized.

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