Posted Date: 07/16/2020
Remote Instruction vs. At-Home Instruction
Remote Instruction this Fall will look vastly different from the At-Home Instruction that took place during the Spring of 2020. At-Home Instruction was an emergency response to providing instruction to students who could no longer attend school in the traditional setting. Remote Instruction will be much more difficult in both content and time requirements. In Teague ISD, Remote Instruction will require support from caring adults at home and within the online classroom environment. Courses and course content are created to ensure that students continue learning at the pace of the current Teague ISD students who are being served in the traditional classroom setting. Through Remote Instruction, students will continue to meet their goal of being academically prepared. Classes within Remote Instruction are created and taught by Teague ISD teachers and staff and will follow the schedule of classes at the student’s home campus.
Key aspects of Remote Learning include:
Check-in with the teacher(s) each day
Complete activities assigned each day
Show proof of participation daily by satisfactorily completing assigned tasks to demonstrate evidence of student learning, i.e. video, picture, or activities submitted as lessons and/or completing assignments.
Students need to have the ability to work on a device
Both Traditional In-Person and Remote Instruction will have the same grading expectations and follow the same curriculum
The Texas Education Agency (TEA) will require daily attendance and participation in Remote Learning. Students will be required to participate in online classes daily and traditional attendance rules will be in place. A student will be considered absent if the student does not participate in the designated live-instruction and/or independent learning activities each day.