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The Four Principles of Remote Learning Best Practices
This site spells out the big ideas and best practices for designing remote learning for elementary students.
Students should practice and know how to do the following
- Logging in to a Google Meet
- Completing an assignment in Seesaw (or Google Classroom if applicable)
Teachers should review the following to ensure student privacy
- How to turn off students being able to see each other's work in Seesaw (See Seesaw Resources box at right.)
- 2022 updates on how to keep student Google Meets secure (See Google Meet Resources box at right.)
Sending Technology Home with Students
1. Remove chargers from classroom charging cases.
2. Technology packing list for each student
- Device (Cases may not be available, depending on school. Use backpacks if not.)
- ClassLink QR code
- Google username and password
- Username and passwords not in ClassLink that you will want students to access (e.g. Epic, Scratch)
- Documents: How to sign in to ClassLink On iPads or On Chromebooks. How to join a Google Meet
- Technical support phone number
3. Consider a message to all families sent through Reach My Teach with a message similar to the following.
Please check your child's backpack for the following.
Contact your child's teacher using Reach My Teach.
Google Meet Resources
Security updates for teachers to know in 2022
eBooks and Read Alouds
Sign in with your Google account information to listen to your favorite audiobooks!
Students and teachers can borrow and read eBooks and audiobooks.
Be sure your Class settings do not allow students to see each other's work. To check, go to the wrench and scroll down to "Students can see each other's work" and verfiy that the toggle is set to the left.
Important note: Changing this setting will log your students out and they will need to log back in.