Continuity of Education Plan Creating and maintaining access to this education is essential to the mission of Golden Bridges School. We prioritize practices and systems that support access at all times, and during this remarkable time, access to this healing, social education and the rhythm and connection it brings has never been more critical for our families and our students. Our Continuity of Education Plan supports synchronous (real-time) and asynchronous (assigned and reviewed) instruction, creating and maintaining access under the scenarios listed below.
Distance Learning for All Students During periods when in-person instruction is not supported by public health and safety guidance, Distance Learning supports Continuity of Education for students through systems for synchronous class instruction (Zoom video conferencing), asynchronous instruction (Google Classroom), weekly one-on-one instructional support, and periodic supplemental learning material distribution.
Distance Learning for Some Students During periods when public health and safety guidance supports in-person instruction, modified Distance Learning systems support Continuity of Education for students attending class from home.
When in-person instruction is offered, distance learning systems create remote access to live-streamed Main Lesson and other select classroom instruction. Teachers will schedule weekly one-on-one instructional support and review for distance learners, and additional assignments, communicated outside of Main Lesson, will be posted to Google Classroom, when needed.
Each student experiences and responds to in-person and distance learning environments differently, and available technology does not make these experiences interchangeable. Distance learning systems do, however, help us create and maintain Continuity of Education and access to this healing, social education and the critical rhythm and connection it brings.
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