Daily Schedule for Grades K-5

  • 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.     •     300 Instructional Minutes Daily


     

    SYNCHRONOUS & ASYNCHRONOUS MINUTES BY SUBJECT 


    SEL/MORNING MEETING

    • 20 minutes (synchronous)

    READING 

    • Whole Group
      30 minutes (synchronous)

    • Independent Learning, practice & application
      40 minutes (asynchronous)

    SMALL GROUP READING

    • 20-30 minutes (synchronous) per group

    MATH

    • Whole group and/or small group
      30 minutes (synchronous)

    • Independent Learning, practice & application
      30 minutes (asynchronous)

    SPECIALS

    • 60 minutes (synchronous & asynchronous)

    WRITING

    • Whole group and/or small group
      30 minutes (synchronous)

    • Independent Learning, practice & application
      30 minutes (asynchronous)

Sample Daily Schedule

  • 8:00 -8:20 a.m.

    Mono

    • SEL/Morning Meeting

    Dual English Teacher

    • SEL/Morning Meeting

    Dual Spanish Teacher

    • SEL/Morning Meeting

    8:20 -9:20 a.m.

    Mono

    • Math

    Dual English Teacher

    • Specials Group 1

    Dual Spanish Teacher

    • Specials Group 2

    9:20 -10:00 a.m.

    Mono

    • Reading

    Dual English Teacher

    • English Literacy Group 1
      (Includes small groups)

    Dual Spanish Teacher

    • Spanish Literacy Group 2

    10:00 -11:00 a.m. 

    Mono

    • Literacy Small Groups
    • Skill-Based Practice

    Dual English Teacher

    • Math Group 1

    Dual Spanish Teacher

    • Spanish Literacy Small Groups
      Group 2

    11:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.

    Mono

    • Lunch

    Dual English Teacher

    • Lunch

    Dual Spanish Teacher

    • Lunch

    12:00 -1:00 p.m.

    Mono

    • Specials

    Dual English Teacher

    • Math Group 2

    Dual Spanish Teacher

    • Spanish Literacy Group 1

    1:00 -2:00 p.m.

    Mono

    • Writing

    Dual English Teacher

    • English Literacy Group 2
      Includes Small Groups

    Dual Spanish Teacher

    • Spanish Literacy Small Groups
      Group 1

Virtual Platforms for skill-based practice & asynchronous learning

  • Pre-K

    • Imagine Learning

    Kindergarten

    • Imagine Learning
    • RAZ Kids
    • Math Seeds
    • GoMath
    • BrainPop
    • Mystery Science

    1st Grade

    • RAZ Kids
    • Reading Eggs
    • Math Seeds
    • GoMath
    • BrainPop
    • Mystery Science

    2nd Grade

    • RAZ Kids
    • Reading Eggs
    • Math Seeds
    • GoMath
    • BrainPop
    • Mystery Science

    3rd Grade

    • RAZ Kids
    • IXL
    • GoMath
    • BrainPop
    • Mystery Science

    4th Grade

    • RAZ Kids
    • Freckle (mono)
    • IXL
    • GoMath
    • BrainPop
    • Mystery Science

    5th Grade

    • RAZ Kids
    • Freckle (mono)
    • IXL
    • GoMath
    • BrainPop
    • Mystery Science

Common Terms

  • Synchronous Learning 

    Definition

    Synchronous learning is remote learning where everyone from a given group is online at the same time using tools such as Google Meet, and/or Canvas Conferences. 

    What does this look like? 

    • Checking in with students regarding their social emotional wellness, building community, and establishing personal connections.
    • Delivering direct instruction on content and engaging students in discussions to ensure understanding of information.
    • Previewing or explaining assignments or expectations of learning tasks.
    • Answering student questions about one of the recorded lessons.
    • Conducting small group instruction.
    • Modeling or sharing examples of final products. 

    Asynchronous Learning 

    Definition

    Asynchronous learning is remote learning where students access pre-recorded lessons or independent learning tasks at any time during the day.

    What does this look like?

    • Viewing recorded instructional videos of lessons in a content area.
    • Listening to read alouds and answering questions.
    • Engaging in online discussion by reading and posting responses (i.e. via Canvas, Padlet, Flipgrid)
    • Reading posted literary selections and responding.
    • Responding to and collecting student work.
    • Recordings of performances submitted by students.
    • Completing independent learning tasks and assignments.