Hybrid Learning in SPPS
SPPS Course Design
- SPPS is prioritizing the safe return of students and staff in stages this school year.
- Students and staff will only return on site if the SPPS readiness targets are met, addressing items such as ventilation, social distancing, transportation and personal protective equipment.
- Principals, teachers, and the school staff will work together in planning for a safe return, adjusting rituals and routines, and adjusting school schedules as needed.
What Hybrid Learning Looks Like for Students
- Students will be on site for instruction two days per week, and in distance learning three days a week.
- When a group is on site, students will access daily lessons through Schoology or Seesaw, and have opportunities for whole group, small group, independent and one-to-one time with an educator throughout the school day.
- When a group is in distance learning, students will access daily lessons through Schoology or Seesaw independently, with daily feedback from educators and possible small group interactions in Google Meet.
- On Fridays, students will access daily lessons through Schoology or Seesaw independently, while teachers plan and organize the next weeks’ lessons.
Hybrid Day in the Life
- Each instructional day will continue to be organized through the Distance Learning 2.0 structure on Seesaw or Schoology.
- Similar to face-to-face courses students will receive one lesson per day.
- Schools can elect to adjust their schedule to minimize student movement while still maintaining the similar face-to-face course minutes in a week (i.e. 1-8 period each day adjusted to 1-4 period Day 1, 5-8 Day 2)