Remote / Blended Instructional Delivery Resources – Level 3

Remote / Blended Instruction Delivery Resources

Use the contents of this page to guide your "Reframing" discussions. You can access the worksheet under the navigation menu to take notes as you work through the different sections.

Refer to the "Remote / Blended Instructional Delivery" section of your Guidebook to guide your discussions, take notes and add comments.

 

Determine skills needed for students to effectively use tools

What skills will students need to develop in order to meet the high expectations and make most of tech and instructional tools?

What are the skills necessary for students to succeed in a remote learning environment?

Article – Skills for Online Students 

What areas should teachers focus on to help students be successful with using digital tools?

ISTE Student Standards

 

Provide training and support for teachers, parents, and students

Provide access and experience with online platforms and digital learning tools for all teachers, caregivers, and students.

What are the best resources or guides for learning to use a LMS?

Schoology -Simple Course Design Options

 

Schoology Help Center

 

Schoology Video Tutorials

 

Google Classroom and Progressbook

 

Google Classroom cheat sheet for Teachers

 

Google Classroom cheat sheet for students 

 

Edmodo help center 

What does remote/ blended learning look like?

 

7 Simple Ways to Set Up Your LMS Course

ISTE Article

Where can teachers, students, and parents go to learn more about using the various technology tools and platforms?

 

Google Teach From Home page

 

Google’s Teacher Center

 

Microsoft Educator Center

 

Google PD Anytime – Anywhere

 

The Educators Guide to Flipgrid

 

Tech and Learning Article – 20 Sites for Creating Online Quizzes

 

The Tarver Academy

 

Control Alt Achieve-Transforming Education with Technology

 

EdPuzzle Student Tutorial 

 

EdPuzzle Help Center for Teachers 

 

Common Sense Education

 

Explore ways to improve equity to tools for ALL students

Equity in education means that each child has access to relevant and challenging academic experiences and educational resources necessary for success. Equity must remain at the forefront of short- and long-term goals, responses and supports.

What does equity for students mean?

COVID-19 thrusts digital equity to the forefront

What Chrome extensions are available for struggling students and special needs? 

Google Tools for Struggling Students

 

Chrome Extensions and Apps for Inclusive Education

 

Develop partnerships to support student needs

Partners represent the collective action needed to support each child and increase the likelihood of student success.  Evaluate and elaborate on how the extending and leveraging partnerships can apply to this area. 

What collaborative efforts are available for supporting remote/blended Learning for districts?




Remote Learning Alliance

 

Technology Integration Leaders of Ohio

 

Ohio Ed Techs

 

Ohio DLA

Thank you to the collaborative group who created the discussion questions and contents of this page:
Matt Gerberick – Clark County ESC
Mark Masloski – Jefferson County ESC
Dave Shellhaas – Midwest Regional ESC
Leslie Charles – Muskingum Valley ESC
Tracy Merica – Madison-Champaign ESC
Mike Triska – ESC of Lorain County
Jenny Pancake – Trumbull County ESC
Brice Harris – Trumbull County ESC
Stephanie Wagoner – Brown County ESC