Frequently Asked Questions - Planned eLearning Day - September 6, 2022
What is a Planned eLearning Day?
Warren has calendared three planned eLearning days for the 22-23 school year (9/6, 11/8, and 2/21). Planned eLearning Days are scheduled in order for Warren teachers and staff to participate in training and professional development for the entire day.
How much time is the student expected to work online during the eLearning Day?
No minimum or maximum amount of time is expected. Students should complete their work carefully, using the amount of time that is appropriate for them. Planned eLearning assignments are not intended to match hour for hour of the typical in-person school day. Teachers will post assignments that align with material that has already been taught to allow students to focus on further developing their mastery of the content. Students will be given work for each class period they are assigned to. Our Kindergarten through 6th grade students will be assigned work for Reading, Writing, Math, Social Studies and/or Science, and Related Arts.
What if students are unable to complete their assignments on eLearning Day?
Students will have five days upon return to school to turn in their assignments. If students need additional support, their teachers will be able to provide that upon their return to school.
How will eLearning be monitored and counted for attendance?
Because we see the use of eLearning Days as part of a student’s normal learning experience, accountability for students will rely on completion and assessment of work. Teachers will assess the student’s work and determine if the student has met the instructional goals for the day. Attendance for planned eLearning days will be calculated at the conclusion of the 5 day work completion window. For a student to be counted “present” on 9/6, all work must be completed and submitted by Tuesday, September 13th.
What if a student does not have access to the internet?
Teachers are aware that not all students have Internet access at home and will provide accommodations when necessary for students without home internet access. Coursework assigned on an eLearning day will not be due until five school days after we return to school. Students without Internet connection have the opportunity to complete work over the following 5 days allowing for students to make arrangements to use the public areas for access.
What does eLearning look like for my Kindergarten student?
Kindergarten students will be provided with an “extended learning packet” to take home on Friday, September 2nd. Since Kindergarten students were just assigned an iPad, and not yet familiar with our online learning platform (Canvas), extended learning packets provide our Kindergarten students with the best extended day learning experience on our first planned eLearning day. Kindergarten students will participate in future planned eLearning days with their device (iPad).
How can I support my student(s)during an eLearning Day?
Parents and Caregivers can support their students in a variety of ways on eLearning days. There are resources posted below that will aid you in your support of your student.