ISD Online Learning
Welcome to the ISD Online Learning page! On this page, you will find helpful resources, answers to frequently asked questions and more.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the role of the parent during online learning?
We realize that it will be challenging for you to support your children with online learning. All we ask is that you do your best. We realize that some of you are in transition, some of you have one device per household, some of you have to work during the day. We want to assure you that we intend to practice patience and flexibility. We realize that this is all new to you. You might have trouble downloading apps or accessing resources; don't worry, we will help you. It might take a while for us to be fully engaged in the process. Let us know how we can help.
My child is experiencing tech issues. Whom can I contact?
Please contact our Innovation Director, Nneka Johnson, at email@example.com.
To what platforms does my child need access?
Students in Pre-K3 to Grade 4 will use Seesaw for online learning while Grade 5 will use the Google Suite. Look for specific information from your child’s teacher.
Grades 6 to 12 students will use, but not limited to, Zoom (to meet with teachers during office hours), Managebac, Google Classroom. Class information and links will be posted on Google Classroom.
Frequently asked questions and answers will be updated regularly so be sure to check back!
The elementary team has created a one-stop-shop for all things online learning. Visit this site to find grade-level specific information, counselor and technology support, and more. All assignments and activities are available through this site. Reach out to your child's teacher if you have specific questions.
Our secondary teachers use a plethora of tools including, but not limited to, Google Classroom, Managebac, EDpuzzle, Kognity, IXL, and more. Please consult with your child's teachers for their specific class requirements.
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