Digital Learning Platform

RSD Digital Learning Expectations

Content Expectations

  • Modules are consistent with District Calendar
  • Content is published and updated a week prior to the start of the Module
  • All teachers must have a Canvas/DLP course for every course
  • The curriculum in the Digital Learning Platform (Canvas), should reflect the curriculum taught in a brick and mortar classroom.
  • Content delivered within Canvas should be engaging and incorporate:
  • Video tutorials
  • Keynote and/or PowerPoint presentations
  • Various and varied examples
  • Outside digital resources such as (Kahn Academy, Quizlet, etc.)
Content Measured:
  1. An introductory page in each module that reviews the following:
    1. Eligible content/standards from Chalk.com
    2. Key questions
    3. Assessments/Graded Assignments
  2. Each module will include a video tutorial and/or Keynote/PowerPoint presentation with examples
  3. Each module will contain a resource section with specific videos and practice tools

 Assessments & Grading Expectations

  • Teachers will use a variety of assessments based on eligible content and standards in the curriculum
  • Teachers will modify assessments to better suit the needs of the individual student and a digital learning environment
    • Example: Instead of taking test a student can complete a standards based project
  • Teachers will include formative assessments within each Module

 
Assessments & Grading Measured:

  1. Online assessments will be given using the quiz feature in Canvas, through graded assignments/projects, or in-school assessments
  2. Each module should include at least one assignment that requires a video/audio upload
  3. Grades will be updated in PowerSchool and on Canvas every other week
  4. Written/verbal feedback should be given on all graded assignments—formative assignments may require feedback to guide student performance


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