infoThe following information refers to the Learn At Home program that took place from March to June 2020.

Technology at Home and Support for Families

Technology is an important part of the OCDSB Learn At Home strategy, but this does not mean that students are in a virtual classroom all day.  Teachers will use technology to reach out to all students and provide meaningful learning opportunities.  This will be through a combination of teacher-led instruction, resources to support learning, and tasks/assignments. This will look different by age and grade, and could include using Google classroom, Google Meets/Hangouts, Google Sites, and our Virtual Learning Environment (VLE).  Teachers who have established teacher websites and/or other tools may continue to use those.  In addition, email or phone calls will be used as appropriate.  

To access the OCDSB VLE (Virtual Learning Environment), students go to the student portal. Students will need to log in with their OCDSB email (eg:[email protected]) and password. 

We have been working to support with families who require wifi access and/or devices in order to support your child’s learning at home. Schools will be in touch with families in the next week. If you require assistance with access to technology, please speak with the principal of your child’s school. 

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