Communication Made with All Stakeholders has Included the Following
Why the district is offering the course online.
The location(s) students will be expected to work on their online course.
How often students will be expected to work on their online course.
Local individual who will be a facilitator for the students.
Who is responsible for managing student/parent technology concerns?
Qualifications of On-site Personnel Working with Kids
Moderate level of comfort with technology.
Can build positive relationships with students
Is approachable by students.
Moderate to high comfort level with ambiguity in a classroom.
Can maintain at least moderate comfort level when faced with problems or questions they might not know the answer to.
Has demonstrated an ability to problem solve
Online Learning Room
A comfortable atmosphere where students feel safe to work quietly individually or quietly with a partner if they choose.
Room allows access to computers or laptops via wi-fi or hardline internet connection.
Room has adequate power supply for devices.
Implementation of flex seating (standing work stations, areas to work on the floor, tables, and chairs, unique seating, etc..)
School technology coordinator confirming onsite computer lab meets NDCDE's computer requirements for taking online courses -
https://www.ndcde.org/Userguides/user-guide-buzz/computer-requirements Student email accounts have been created and students are able to access their email accounts before course enrollment
If your school employs strict web filtering, please email
email@example.com with a list of courses you will be enrolling your students in. NDCDE will provide you with a list of websites/domains that must be allowed/whitelisted. Adequate Network Bandwidth -