Virtual Learning Model

OUR VIRTUAL LEARNING MODEL

Paul’s Virtual Learning Model or distance learning is a method of studying in which lectures are broadcast or classes are conducted by correspondence or over the internet, without the student’s needing to attend school in person.

Just like any course of study, distance learning involves a series of lectures supplemented by further reading material, periodic tests, coursework assignments and regular tutorials. The difference is that all of this activity takes place online.

Our Researchers have found that students that have done well with distance classes:

Virtual Bell Schedule SY20-21

Monday
Time

8:00 – 8:15am

8:18 – 9:28am

9:28 – 9:35am

9:35 – 10:45am

10:45 – 10:52am

10:52 – 12:02pm

12:02 – 12:47pm

12:47 – 1:57pm

1:57 – 2:10pm

2:10 – 3:00pm

3:00 – 3:50pm

3:50 – 4:00pm

4:00pm

to
A-Day

Homeroom

Block 1

Mindfulness Minutes

Block 2

Mindfulness Minutes

Block 3

LUNCH BREAK

Town Halls Data Group Tutoring*

Mindfulness Minutes

Structured Office Hours

Structured Office Hours

PM Announcements

Dismissal

Thursday
B-Day

Homeroom

Block 4

Mindfulness Minutes

Block 5

Mindfulness Minutes

Block 6

LUNCH BREAK

Block 7

Mindfulness Minutes

Structured Office Hours

Structured Office Hours

PM Announcements

Dismissal

Time

8:00 – 8:50am

8:50 – 9:35am

9:35 – 9:40am

9:40 – 10:25am

10:25am – 10:30am

10:30 – 11:15am

11:15 – 11:20am

11:20 – 12:05pm

12:05 – 12:15pm

Friday
A

Advisory

Block 1

Mindfulness Minutes

Block 2

Mindfulness Minutes

Block 3

Mindfulness Minutes

Town Halls Data Groups Tutoring*

PM Announcements

Friday
B

Advisory

Block 4

Mindfulness Minutes

Block 5

Mindfulness Minutes

Block 6

Mindfulness Minutes

Block 7

PM Announcement

Tips for Home Routines

How can we create a routine that helps students get to class on time, stay focused, and monitor their daily progress?

  • Nighttime routines really matter!
  • Set an alarm and determine a weeknight bedtime
  • Limit screen time before bed
  • Set out scholars uniform the night before
  • Wake up at least one hour before the start of class
  • Set cell phone reminders to text, call or check in on your scholar at least twice per day particularly after lunch time breaks!
  • Wrap up each evening by asking things like:
  • Ask “What did you do today?”
  • Ask “What work did you complete?”
  • Ask “Did you submit your assignments on Google Classroom”
  • Ask “What still needs to be done to stay on track?”
  • Wrap up each week by checking Powerschool to track your students progress

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