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- From Counselor Talk, January 2018:
- Question: Looking for information from those counselors who have e-learning days at their school. What are you expected to do? Do you have to go in? Is it made up at a different time? Do you post lessons?
I work on scheduling and 504 plans and catching up on my notes
- We haven’t had one yet but we are expected to come to one of 3 schools in our district to monitor students. We will open up those buildings for students without internet access. Lunch will be provided for them.
- When school gets cancelled, we have an e-learning day and all teachers, counselors, etc work from home. Teachers post lessons and check in with students from 8:00-3:00. Counselors also work from home; we track what we work on during the day and submit it to our principal. It’s helpful to have work set aside at this time of year. For instance, I’m a middle school counselor, and on our last e-learning day which was at the beginning of the semester, I made schedule changes and contacted students; communicated with our district’s elementary counselors regarding upcoming 5th grade tours; updated course descriptions and course request Google Forms; worked on upcoming ISTEP schedule;watched a Moodle video on suicide prevention/intervention
- I was able to create some resources for our PBIS plan, plan a schedule for WIDA testing and work on lesson planning
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