We've Got This!
The staff members, students, and families in LSR-7 have a solid foundation for eLearning. Use this page to inform and remind yourself of the technology available to you as you teach your students from home.
How do I teach remotely with video calls?
Setting-up Your Home
Find a location with strong WiFi signal, a clear background, and plenty of natural light.
Conferences are recommended for group video calling. From virtual office hours to synchronous instruction, Conferences are your safe solution for use with students.
Google Hangouts Meet
Hangouts Meet is recommended for virtual meetings with individual students or families. This product is also available for collaboration among LSR-7 staff.
How do I teach remotely without video calls?
Evidence of learning (such as image, audio, and video files) can be uploaded, shared, and discussed in a Media Album.
From email to Schoology, Google is integrated throughout our district's digital environment.
Use Docs for collaborative note-taking, choice boards, or writing assignments.
Quickly provide templates to your students to assess their understanding.
Share class notes, communicate agendas, or use for student projects.
How do I keep students engaged?
How do I make lessons accessible to all?
How do I keep in touch with other teachers?
Here colleagues form across all grade levels and content areas can collaborate.
Collaboration Cafes are meant to be an elementary resource sharing opportunity specific to grade levels.
Utilize the Resources area to share materials with colleagues whether in a collection, group, or the public forum.
Google Hangouts gives teachers the option to collaborate through the Gmail application. Chat or video conference with staff in LSR-7.