How Will Students Learn Remotely?
All SEZP schools will engage in several mathematics, English Language Arts (ELA), science, and humanities (social studies) lessons and explorations each week. Students will participate in small groups and individual conferences each day with their teachers to help them navigate these lessons and explorations. Additionally, SEZP educators will provide support for students and their families around social and emotional needs during this difficult time. Together, families and schools will advance the learning for all students to ensure equitable opportunities now and in the coming year.
Step 1: Connect With Your Primary Person
Your Primary Person will contact you regularly to check in on any needs you have, including computer or WiFi access, academic questions, requests for support around basic needs, or any other concerns you or your family might have. See a sample of how one of our schools is explaining the Primary Person model to students and families.
Step 2: Engage With Online Lessons
Find your daily online lessons here for Mathematics, ELA, Science, and Humanities/Social Studies. Do your best to engage with each lesson and your small-group teachers will help you tackle these lessons throughout the week.
Step 3: Work in Your Small Groups
Don't worry if you have trouble completing your lessons or want to work together with peers and your teachers. Your daily small-group meetings and office hours with teachers will provide additional support.
Step 4: Select Options From a Choice Board
Keep your mind and body active by choosing a variety of fun and engaging activities each week. Share these experiences with your family, friends, and school community.
Choice Board Options for May-June
Created by the SEZP team, Tier 1 SEL Developers, & TransformEd!
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