Distance LearningPosted by Dina Audette on 3/22/2020
Hello to all Students, Parents, Guardians and Adults who are ready to embrace this new challenge of Distance Learning. The term is anything other than what we really want it to be. We, (teachers, administrators, district office) , want your child to feel like their teacher is right there with them guiding them along the journey of self discovery and learning. We want them to continue learning in a safe and welcoming environment. We hope that we are providing every possible resource to YOU and YOUR child to be successful and if you feel we are missing something we truly want to hear constructive feedback so we can adapt and change to this uncertain time.
But here on this blog I would like to offer as many tools as possible for you to look at and choose what may help you and or your child to become more successful in learning at home. We are in this together and we want it to work so that learning doesn't stop and everyone can keep being productive amid this uncertain and confusing time. We also have school guidance counselors, school social workers and other support staff available for you and your child if you feel the need arises. In addition, all special education teachers are working with faculty to support children that need modifications to complete the work. Finally our Multi Language Learner Coach is working with our teacher to help our students complete work, and with teachers who might need more help with adjusting the work for an online classroom.
Below is a list of how-to videos that you may find helpful. I hope to be updating this list with more resources which I will identify when added.
Social Studies Teacher Leader
Technology Support Teacher
Roger Williams Middle School