Synchronous and Asynchronous Online Learning
Remote Learning Edition
The digiCOACH Remote Learning Edition is designed to support schools as instruction makes the leap from classrooms to online environments as necessitated by the Coronavirus pandemic. Developed to support a wide range of experience; teachers, administrators, and coaches who are brand new to the online environment will benefit from the use of our Remote Learning Edition, as will teachers who have already been working in virtual environments before the pandemic forced a change to the classroom environment.
Support teachers with the Remote Learning Edition and reinforce best practices for Lesson Design, Student Engagement, Digital Tools and Resource use, and Positive Virtual Environments.
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Looking for a platform to observe, track, and coach classroom observations? digiCOACH is designed to conveniently manage this process, allowing users to quickly document and give feedback. Reports to support discussions and recommendations are also provided. Contact us to get started with digiCOACH today!
With digiCOACH, District Directors, Coordinators, Principals, and Coaches are able to:
Conduct Virtual Walkthroughs
digiCOACH guides users through four Focus Areas aligned with best practices for online learning allowing for data collection on synchronous and asynchronous online learning.
Give quick, yet meaningful feedback to teachers with prewritten virtual classroom aligned strategies and coaching tips helping to reinforce best practices.
Utilize the powerful suite of cloud reports to support discussion and professional development needs.
District and school leaders are facing unprecedented challenges in designing new learning environments that take into account social distancing measures necessitated by the Coronavirus pandemic.
The digiCOACH Research Team has been exploring novel school and class schedules that we would like to share to jumpstart the conversation as leaders plan for the 2020/21 school year.
The Social Distanced Classroom
Some of biggest challenges facing social distanced schools include:
- Minimizing contact and crowding in classrooms, between periods, and at the start/end of the school day
- Limiting crowd sizes during lunch, or transitioning to lunch delivery
- Cross contamination between classrooms
- Ensuring students receive an adequate time with their teacher