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Emergency Remote Learning 2021-22

We expect that UCDSB students will return to in-person learning in the 2021-22 school year. We recognize that some students may require emergency remote learning for a brief period as a result of public or personal health concerns related to COVID-19, and we are making digital emergency remote learning options available:

Elementary Remote Learning

Students who are not able to attend school in-person will be able to study synchronously or asynchronously from home. In both cases, the student will be part of the regular class at their home school and access digital learning materials that will be provided by the regular classroom teacher. There will be no non-digital remote learning options available for the 2021-22 school year.

Synchronous Emergency Remote Learning

The format for Synchronous Remote Learning will be standardized across all UCDSB elementary schools. Real-time instruction will be provided by the classroom teacher, using audio and/or video on the Microsoft Teams and/or D2L platform.

Synchronous Remote Learning is not intended for single-day or short-term absences. In these circumstances, teachers will continue to provide students with any work they would have missed while away.

Learn more on the UCDSB Elementary Programming 2021-2022 Fact Sheet.

Asynchronous Emergency Remote Learning

Asynchronous remote emergency learning is a form of learning that is done on the student’s own schedule and at their own pace, without live instruction from a teacher.

The regular classroom teacher will upload instructional materials for students to the Microsoft Teams and/or D2L platform. These materials may be those used during in-person instruction or may be materials centrally developed by the school board, which are not necessarily being used in that class.

Students work independently from home on the provided materials and submit completed work to the teacher via Microsoft Teams for assessment and evaluation.

Learn more on the UCDSB Elementary Programming 2021-2022 Fact Sheet.

 

Secondary Remote Learning

In the 2021-22 school year, secondary schools will be organized by quadmester from September 2021 to January 2022. Students will take two courses per quadmester: one course in the morning and one course in the afternoon. Decisions about our ability to return to a regular semester format for the second part of the school year will be made next year.

Synchronous Emergency Remote Learning

Synchronous Remote Learning will be provided by the classroom teacher, using audio and/or video on the Microsoft Teams or D2L platform.

Synchronous emergency remote learning is not intended for single-day or short-term absences. In these circumstances, teachers will continue to provide students with any work they would have missed while away.

Learn more on the UCDSB Secondary Programming 2021-2022 Fact Sheet.

Asynchronous Emergency Remote Learning

Asynchronous emergency remote learning is a form of learning that is done on the student’s own schedule and at their own pace, without live instruction from a teacher.

The teacher will upload instructional materials for students to Microsoft Teams or D2L, whichever digital platform is being used. Students work independently from home on the provided materials and submit completed work to the teacher via Microsoft Teams or D2L for assessment and evaluation.

Learn more on the UCDSB Secondary Programming 2021-2022 Fact Sheet.

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