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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS) for online learners at Fremont High.

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  I've been quarantined. What should I do?
21.02.24 I've been quarantined. What should I do?
  1. Contact your teachers within the first 12 hours. Online instruction is as important as being in class. 
  2. Find a dedicated workspace at home to work from.
  3. Make sure you have all you need to access classes
  4. Follow the class schedule every day
    • Work during your regular class time or work with your teachers to create an effective daily schedule. 
    • Know when each teacher has class/support hours, and how to access each.
    • District calendar
    • Bell schedule
  5. Daily: check your grades/progress. Weekly: review all classes with a parent.
  6. Have a support person at the school you can contact. 
    • Counselor pages
    • Student Advocates
      • A-G This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
      • H-O This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
      • P-Z This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    • Teachers are available for virtual support 1:45-2:30 every day.
    • Math tutoring and Study Hall are also available
  My child was quarantined. How can I best support them?
21.02.24 My child was quarantined. How can I best support them?
  1. Ensure your child contacts their teachers within the first 12 hours. Reinforce that online learning is as important as face-to-face instruction. 
  2. Help them arrange a dedicated workspace at home.
  3. Make sure they can access their classes.
  4. Help your child follow the class schedule every day
  5. Support your child as they check grades daily. At least Weekly, review all classes with your child. Be a coach and a support. Motivate and encourage. Praise success.
  6. Know the support people at the school your child can contact.
    • Counselor pages
    • Student Advocates
      • A-G This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., H-O This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., P-Z This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    • Tutoring, Math tutors and Study Hall
  I have full time online classes. What are my first steps?
21.02.24 I have full time online classes. What are my first steps?
  1. Contact your teachers within the first 12 hours. Online instruction is as important as being in class. 
  2. Find a dedicated workspace at home to work from.
  3. Make sure you have all you need to access classes
  4. Follow the class schedule every day
    • Work during your regular class time or work with your teachers to create an effective daily schedule. 
    • Know when each teacher has class/support hours, and how to access each.
    • District calendar
    • Bell schedule
  5. Daily: check your grades/progress. Weekly: review all classes with a parent.
  6. Have a support person at the school you can contact. 
    • Counselor pages
    • Student Advocates
      • A-G This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
      • H-O This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
      • P-Z This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    • Teachers are available for virtual support 1:45-2:30 every day.
    • Math tutoring and Study Hall are also available
  My child has full time online classes. How can I help them succeed?
21.02.24 My child has full time online classes. How can I help them succeed?
  1. Ensure your child contacts their teachers within the first 12 hours. Reinforce that online learning is as important as face-to-face instruction. 
  2. Help them arrange a dedicated workspace at home.
  3. Make sure they can access their classes.
  4. Help your child follow the class schedule every day
  5. Support your child as they check grades daily. At least Weekly, review all classes with your child. Be a coach and a support. Motivate and encourage. Praise success.
  6. Know the support people at the school your child can contact.
    • Counselor pages
    • Student Advocates
      • A-G This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., H-O This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., P-Z This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    • Tutoring, Math tutors and Study Hall
  Supports and Tips for Parents
21.02.24 Supports and Tips for Parents

Helping motivate my online student: By Dave Visser

 

Parent role in online instruction; by EdGenuity

 

Supporting your child in online learning; by EdGenuity

 

Canvas made easy; for Parents

 

Google tools to help students Learn from Anywhere. Scroll down to “Choose the right tools for you” and select “for families” tab

 

  My child is considering full-time online learning. What do I need to know?
21.02.24 My child is considering full-time online learning. What do I need to know?

Weber School District runs our full-time online coursework through a school called Weber Online. Weber Online gives you the opportunity to pick the setting you desire to work on courses at your convenience outside of the traditional school setting. Learn more about this school at:https://weberonline.wsd.net 

 

EdGenuity resources for families of Online Learners

https://www.edgenuity.com/resources/edgenuity-help-for-families/

 

Michigan Virtual Learning Research Institute resources:

Online readiness rubric will help you gauge your child’s readiness for Online Learning. https://micourses.org/resources/pdf/toolkit/Interactive_OnlineLearningReadinessRubric.pdf

Profile of a successful online learner

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1lOmBsSIS0O0vojIf3oFS_xRjyFd00-pC6sTVfP5lETo/edit?usp=sharing

MVL Parent Guide https://michiganvirtual.org/resources/guides/parent-guide/

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