All students participating in remote learning will receive the same quality and scope of instruction and other educational services as if they were in the school building. All students will have access to CSEE’s educational resources, including but not limited to the curriculum, various content based textbooks, activity books, online learning platforms, Google Classroom, PowerSchool, among many.
All efforts will be made to ensure that every CSEE student participating in remote learning has access to the required educational technology needed to attend remote learning classes, complete assigned work and submit assigned work. CSEE will provide all CSEE students with school issued laptops. Families will receive hotspot access as needed.
CSEE will continue to support special education students, students who need intervention services and other related services to the greatest extent possible. Students receiving resource room as a service will continue to receive it remotely.
Like in-person, full day remote learning will adhere to the length of the school day requirements, attendance policies, and any other local policies governing delivery of services to, and CSEE’s expectations of, students participating in remote programs and their families.
Students and teachers will follow a schedule - Daily and weekly student schedules will provide time for teacher-led lessons and workshops, small group instruction, regular check-ins, and communication with parents as needed.
EXPECTATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR REMOTE LEARNING
Students (with parent support as needed)
Students participating in remote learning are expected to attend remote learning daily, engage in lessons and discussions, complete assignments and submit assignments in a timely manner.
- Students must participate in remote lessons, daily check-ins, discussions, and other communication mechanisms as expected by the teacher;
- Students must complete instructional activities assigned by teachers within the expected timelines;
- Students must review teacher feedback and complete any and all follow-up activities as assigned by the teacher;
- Students and families should proactively notify their teacher or a school administrator with any concerns about progress or additional support needed;
- Families should support students in being successful by establishing routines and habits that support their success in the above activities;
- Families should ensure that students are adhering to the school’s code of conduct and use appropriate behavior on web enabled devices. chool administrator with any concerns about progress or additional support needed;
- Families should support students in being successful by establishing routines and habits that support their success in the above activities.
- Families should ensure that students are adhering to their school’s contract that outlines appropriate behavior on web enabled devices.
- Use Google Classroom as their online platform and school email to provide assignments to their students, review submitted assignments and provide feedback.
- Communicate expectations to students and families about the instructional plan for the day and week, including learning objectives, required activities, assignments, and assessments, along with any associated due dates.
- Provide daily live lessons for students, in real-time, facilitate discussion, and lead other instructional activities.
- Record lessons and other instructional activities for students to access later.
- Monitor student participation in activities and lessons.
- Conduct daily check-ins of each student, and follow up with students and family, and other school staff as needed.
- Record student attendance.
- Post assignments with clear directions, content, activities, and links to resources for students to use to master the learning objectives for the week.
- Ensure delivery of instructional activities are aligned with the curriculum.
- Monitor email daily (Monday thru Friday during normal school hours) for messages from students and families and responding to messages in a timely manner.
- Grade assignments and assessments and provide feedback on work submitted by students.
- Communicate with families about student progress.
- Play an active role in their child’s education regardless of child’s age or grade
- Emphasize the importance of learning and education
- Review the Remote Learning Plan for your child
- Monitor child’s daily school attendance (child logging into remote instruction)
- Provide a space for child(ren) to participate in remote instruction meetings, workshops… AND help your child establish routines and habits that support their learning
- Review assigned work, discuss expectations with your child
- Communicate with your child’s teacher if you have concerns about your child’s progress
- Monitor your child while they are working online to ensure that they are adhering to the school’s code of conduct while using web enabled devices
- Set limits on technology use for games, social media, etc.