The Curriculum and Instruction Support (CIS) team shared an update on the 100% Remote Learning Instructional Model. All teachers will provide clear and defined expectations for remote learning. Teachers will follow the OPS curriculum and pacing guides developed by the district.
As part of the presentation, staff shared what the day in a life of a student will look like at the elementary and secondary level, for students receiving special education services and English learners. A sample schedule for an elementary student is below.
While students have a schedule from the beginning of the school day until the end of the day, CIS emphasized that teachers will use that time to deliver live-instruction, give students time to practice their skills, as well as time to get up and move and take necessary breaks. The daily schedule will also allow for students to work remotely in small groups and give opportunities for teachers to monitor and provide feedback to students on their work.
Students in all special education programs will receive a full day of learning with their classroom teacher(s). Staff will work with families to provide all services on a student's IEP. Special Education services may take place in small groups or 1-1