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LFMS Distance Learning Schedule and Expectations
Posted 3/23/20

LFMS Distance Learning Schedule and Expectations

 

Welcome back! As many of our parents are working from home and students may need to share devices with parents and/or siblings, we want to make distance learning as flexible as we can, but also provide some structure for our students and teaching staff. The following schedule will hopefully allow for both.

 

DAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
Focus for each day All subjects post Weekly Agenda Math English Electives

Science Social Sci.

PE

Math English Electives

Science Social Sci.

PE

Priority

Days

PE

Electives

Science

Social

Science

Math English

 

 

Students:

 

On Mondays, students will:

● Review their agenda and learning objectives for the week.

● Reach out to teachers with questions regarding assignments.

● Respond to any Google Classroom questions/prompts.

 

Tuesdays- Fridays, students will:

● Work on assignments from their scheduled classes. See above

● Turn in completed work by the deadline given for assignments.

● Watch live or video instruction from their teachers.

● Participate in discussions (google classroom, padlet, flip grid, etc)

● Contact teachers with questions about lessons and assignments

● Take on-line assessments at time designated by your teacher.

 

On Priority Days, students will:

● Be required to check-in with priority subject teachers in the form of.

○ Google Meet

○ Completion of questions ○ Completion of tasks

○ Video instruction

○ Etc.

● Each teacher will specify what this will look like for their subject area.

Teachers:

 

On Mondays, teachers will:

● Post their weekly agenda & learning objectives.

● Make contact with all of their students to engage them online (Examples: comment on a video clip, Google Classroom question, quote of the day, or a quick write)

● Follow-up on student questions and respond to emails.

● PLC - teacher collaboration meetings (Staff, Dept., or Team)

 

On scheduled days, teachers will:

● Post assignments, supplemental materials, rubrics, etc.

● Facilitate student activities

● Conduct assessments

● Collect work from students

● Follow up on student questions and respond to emails.

 

On non-scheduled days, teachers will:

● Follow up to student questions and respond to email

 

On Priority Days, teachers will:

● Engage with students via various forms of communication (Google Classroom, Google Meet, video instruction, email, etc.)

● Each teacher will specify what this will look like for their subject area.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: Students can email teachers at any time during the week with questions.