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QCUSD Remote Learning Guide

Throughout school closures, QCUSD teachers will continue to provide students with educational services that are designed to build upon the learning trajectory already established in the classroom. They will do so using a variety of the three remote learning options identified below:

  1. District-Provided Instructional Resources with Teacher Support
    • Digital instructional materials are provided by the district for students to access independently.
    • Students access educational resources directly through district-provided links.
    • Teachers offer on-line “office hours” and provide feedback for students as requested.
  2. Teacher-Led Hybrid Instruction
    • A model of instruction that can occur at any time, focuses on learners and learning, and places emphasis on learning as an active process, not as passive absorption of information. Students independently self-pace their learning once teachers share the resources.
    • Teachers plan and provide materials digitally (e.g., assignments, videos, supplemental materials), which students work on independently and submit through Google Classroom.
    • Includes online interaction among learners and between instructors and learners. Students/teachers communicate through Google Classroom, Google Meet, Google Hangouts, other digital platforms, and/or by phone.
  3. Full Digital Instruction
    • Digital instruction delivered via Edgenuity (9–12) that offers students a customized sequence of learning experiences. Digital instruction is combined with a remotely located teacher who is personally accountable for students’ learning outcomes.
    • Edgenuity - Engaging core curriculum and elective courses are designed to help students in grades 9–12 meet the challenge of state standards, as well as graduation requirements. Rigorous, interactive courses keep students focused on the content they need to learn, which is designed to foster the advanced critical thinking and analytical skills they will need in post-secondary education.
    • Students/teachers communicate through Google Classroom, Google Meet, Google Hangouts, other digital platforms, and/or by phone.

    Roles in Supporting Remote Learning

    Leaders
    Teachers
    Students
    Families

Queen Creek Unified School District
20217 East Chandler Heights Road 
Queen Creek, AZ  85142
Phone:  (480) 987-5935
Fax:  (480) 987-9714