Virtual Platform

When using the Virtual Learning Model or distance learning…

students work online at home while the teacher assigns work and checks in digitally. Distance learning, also called distance education, e-learning, and online learning, is a form of education in which the main elements include physical separation of teachers and students during instruction and the use of various technologies to facilitate student-teacher and student-student communication.

PPCS MS Virtual Platforms: Gmail, Google Classroom, Google Calendar, Zoom and Google Meet


Tips to Support Virtual Learning
  • Ensure your child checks his/her email twice a day. 
  • Create a learning space for your scholar.
  • Consistent designated space
  • Pens, pencils, binder, and paper
  • Ensure that their schedule is visible and review daily.
  • Check your child’s agenda book daily 
  • Reach out to your scholar’s teachers with questions or support.


Gmail

PARENT CHECK: Once a day

  • Send and receive email
  • Communicate with their teachers or administrators
  • Receive calendar invites for classes, office hours, and different events
  • EMAIL: FirstName.LastName@students.paulcharter.org


Google Classroom

PARENT CHECK: Once a day

Scholars use Google Classroom to:

  • Access the link for live instruction
  • See announcements from their teacher
  • Access all work assignments for the classroom
  • Submit work assignments for class


Google Calendar

PARENT CHECK: Twice a day

Scholars will use Google Calendar to:

  • Access the links for their live instruction classroom
  • Students will receive calendar invites that they will need to accept
  • Click the ‘TODAY’ button near the top right of the screen will give scholars access to their live classes for that date.


Zoom or Google Meet

PARENT CHECK: Once a day

Scholars will use Zoom or Google Meet to:

  • Attend their live class sessions daily
  • Attend office hours, town halls, resource center, or after school activities
  • Links to access live classes are at the top left hand corner of their assigned Google Classroom Page
  • Expectations:
  • Teachers will set live classroom expectations
  • Microphones should be muted unless asked to engage
  • Cameras need to be on
  • Use of chat box needs to be respectful

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