About Remote Learning
- Improved accountability, expectations, and grading
- Adoption of online-friendly curricula
- Increased technology and curricula training for teachers
- Improved communication via District-wide adoption of Remind
What does Remote Learning look like?
We provide a combination of synchronous and asynchronous learning activities. Expect about 5.5 hours per day of learning activities or educational engagement. The majority of your child's learning through our Remote program is asynchronous.
Synchronous (Live video, time spent with Instructor)
- Class meetings
- Small group lessons
Asynchronous (Assignments, independent learning)
- “Learning Pathway”
- Video lessons
- Reading assignments
- Workbook pages
- Computer-based activities
How will my student know what to do for the day?
Will my child be able to interact with other students?
MLSD is excited to provide students with the tools necessary to be successful consumers, producers, and creators of new information in a 21st-century classroom. Our goal is to provide all students in the Moses Lake School District daily and equitable access to a computer to enhance and extend learning opportunities inside, as well as outside the classroom.