San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE)
Distance Learning Units of Study
The San Diego County Office of Education Curriculum and Instruction, MEGA, and Innovation Departments have collaborated to design distance learning units of study in grades K-12 that are focused on grade level essential learnings in each content area. These units were purposefully designed to integrate content, provide flexibility and choice. The units of study connect content in the following areas: ELA, ELD, Mathematics, Science, History/Social Science, Arts, Computer Science, and Physical Education through integrated study in K-5 and thematic units in grades 6 through high school. Assessment opportunities (formative and summative) and student feedback are embedded and intentionally developed. These open-source units are being developed in Google to ensure maximum flexibility for districts to use them with their preferred distance learning instructional platform.
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Directions for downloading the units:
These open-source units are hosted in Google Drive to ensure maximum flexibility. To access, select your grade level and unit, download or copy the files, and use the resources in your preferred distance learning instructional platform.
In addition, The San Diego County Office of Education has partnered with The San Diego Union-Tribune to develop Learning at Home Bingo, a weekly series available digitally and in paper format, since not everyone has access to a device and the internet. The weekly lessons integrate different content areas across grades K-12 so that the activities are accessible for all students and support the efforts of parents and teachers. Link to the Learning at Home BINGO Pages.