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Online Learning

           
   
           
           

 

Helpful Resources

Feel free to refer to the following documents to help navigate through the maze of content and technology decisions and critical planning decisions necessary to launch a quality blended or online learning option:

·         * for credit recovery and at-risk students

·         * to improve college readiness by increasing the availability of advanced courses

·         * to increase educational opportunities and depth of transcript for students

·         * to maximize  your facility and resources

·         * to transform your district instructional model with a goal of improving student outcomes

 

* For a more in depth guide, go to:  http://kpk12.com/cms/wp-content/uploads/EEG_KP2013-lr.pdf  Keeping Pace with K-12 Online and Blended Learning

The following manual provides an outline from Allegany Limestone Central School as they implemented their successful credit recovery program

 

 

* To learn more, go to: kpk12.com/cms/wp-content/uploads/EEG_P4QBooklet2013_v2-lr.pdf.  Planning for Quality, Evergreen Education Group.

The following document provides a timeline to help guide school districts in developing a blended and online programs for student success.

Expedited Time Line for Online Program Development

 

* For a more in depth guide, go to:  http://kpk12.com/cms/wp-content/uploads/EEG_KP2013-lr.pdf  Keeping Pace with K-12 Online and Blended Learning

The following manual provides an outline from Allegany Limestone Central School as they implemented their successful credit recovery program

ALCS Credit Recovery Protocol Manual

* The following protocol provides an outline from Franklinville Central School as it implemented its successful credit accrual program


Franklinville Credit Accrual Protocal Model

 

Important Information

NYS Certified Teacher: CA BOCES provides a NYS Certified teacher for the courses offered through CA BOCES Moodle and a NYS Certified instructor to act as course supervisor and mentor for students enrolled in courses considered Independent Study Electives. For additional support in Core Courses and Credit Recovery, it is required that the local district also provide a NYS Certified teacher onsite that can assist the student during the school day as necessary, act as course supervisor, and act as Teacher of Record.

For more information please see the NY State Ed Law 100.5 Graduation Requirements:

*Credit for Independent Study
*Making Up Incomplete or Failed Course Credit
*Credit for Online and Blended Courses