Description of Online Resources That Teachers May Use
These are some of the resources your child may be working with during distance learning.
All district personnel will use email for communications and announcements. Instructional staff will also use email to communicate, along with other platforms to interact with their students. It is recommended that parents download and use the Talking Points for their mobile phones
Teachers conduct lessons as well as conferring with their students using these tools.
Google Classroom, SeeSaw
Teachers may post assignments in Google Classroom and students may complete and turn-in assignments as well.
Raz Kids, Lexia, i-Ready (ELA)
Reinforcing reading skills that teachers introduce to their students during the mini-lessons.
Reinforcing math skills teachers will introduce to their students during the mini-lessons.
Presentation Software, Nearpod
Teachers create presentations that contain Quizzes, Polls, Videos, Images, Drawing Boards, and Web Content. They can also access thousands of K-12 standards-aligned lessons.
Teachers may set up class lists where students have access to digital books that match their reading level.
Assessment Software/Castle Learning, Kahoot
Students may be assigned tests or quizzes to be taken online.
Online Encyclopedia, World Book, PebbleGo
Contains thousands of informational articles with illustrations, videos, interactive maps, research help, and activities.
Brainpop and Brainpop, Jr.
Short, animated, movies with quizzes and related material for all students.
Online support for math instruction
Teachers may assign current event articles that match student reading levels.
Online ELA fiction/nonfiction articles with comprehension questions.
Virtual bulletin board for teachers to post online resources.
Video posting site, provides a platform for students and teachers to post/respond to short videos.
Online video platform where teachers can embed questions into educational videos.
Online software guided memorization of basic math facts.
Teachers have the ability to record videos of their computer screens demonstrating topics using digital tools and voice recordings.
The Google Suite offers several online resources including GMail (email), Slides (Slide presentations), Sheets (databases), Docs (word processing), and Hangouts (chat). Students may be asked to complete assignments using any of these resources.