DISTANCE LEARNING SCHEDULE

DISTANCE LEARNING OFFICIALLY BEGINS APRIL 20, 2020. 

Asynchronous and Synchronous Distance Learning Models: There will be two possible ways of distance learning, Asynchronous and Synchronous, while schools remain closed.

a. Asynchronous, means not happening at the same time; for example, teachers will deliver content and resources to students via email, video, Jupiter, Google Classroom, etc.
b. Synchronous, means happening at the same time; teachers will be available for students to reach out by email, a Learning Management System, or other communication means. Students and teachers are on the same platform at the same time.

We want to first emphasize that teachers will be providing asynchronous lessons (not in real time). If a teacher chooses to adopt a synchronous (in real time) video distance-learning model, then, the teacher and students will follow the schedule listed below:

ROLES IN DISTANCE LEARNING

 

DISTANCE LEARNING SCHEDULE