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Site Remediation Assessment before taking Online Classes

Student-to-student communication


Presently we should consider how students support each other casually in their learning and how you can make a few ways accessible. In face-to-face changes, if a student feels confused, the individual can address a classmate and state, "Hello, I didn't understand... right?"


Consider how you can integrate a few different ways for students to connect. Here are some fast and simple to implement solutions:


  • Create a conversation/forum for students to ask questions of one another and provide support.
  • Provide a link to a real-time, open live session for them to utilize. For instance, Zoom rooms have links and can be open for access whenever.

Once you have done everything, you can do the following in your LMS:


  • Ensure your class site is added to your class site - ordinarily support staff can assist you with this.

Inform your students regarding your plan:


  • Make sure the site remediation assessment is done before a student-teacher infrastructure is set up.
  • Complete the transition plan with your class if you have time - begin reading to your students, and so forth. Access the course site and direct virtual office time for the class.
  • Contact your college or school support staff to assist you with access to your content.

Going beyond the basics


The above steps are intended to assist you in setting up a working, temporary online learning environment for your class (es). The above proposals are not intended to capitalize on the online learning environment and a portion of the tools and other advantages.


Nor does this consider the different system and/or equity issues that may result from an unexpected move to the online, for example, whether students will have reliable internet access. While a portion of these advantages would require more planning and development than you are probably want to invest at this moment, there are others you might want to consider.


Interactive learning


If your classroom is more about active learning, you may think that it’s supportive to utilize this element.


A portion of these devices also allows you to take surveys during live lessons or quiz questions. Frequently, these tools also have a screen sharing element that allows you and your students to share your screen.


In case you will be online for some time, plan for collaboration or sharing, consider your options, and plan accordingly.




Part of the plan in your class may incorporate student collaboration for creating projects or collaborating on paper. Today, even to work in the classroom, students often use tools like Google Drive to collaborate.




Adaptability will be key in guaranteeing students are not put off guard by an unexpected move online. Consider implementing adaptable deadlines for when nothing is due and adaptable methods for how students will finish a task or exhibit their learning.


Utilizing asynchronous recorded discussions as opposed to requiring simultaneous meetings can give everybody huge adaptability also. Likewise, it is expected that probably a few students will utilize telephones or tablets to access the class and finish and submit tasks.


Sometimes lead to troubles with the viewing, submitting, or accessing live sessions.


Access to Resource


Students will probably need to have extra gear - like a library - to finish their work for the class.


ExterNetworks helps you with site remediation assessment and IT (warranty) services to your equipment for your online teaching set up.

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