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Grades 9 - 12

Unique Considerations for Grades 9 - 12

High School students are best positioned to work independently, but will still need direct interaction with a teacher to guide them through important learning experiences. High school teachers will consider the full load of student’s coursework and collaborate with colleagues to ensure that the distribution of time per course is appropriate and that expectations for the total amount of time a student spends on tasks each day are reasonable.

A Day in the Life of a Remote 9 - 12 Student

SAMPLE SCHEDULE
* It is important to note that high school schedules vary significantly from school to school.

Student Day Start Time End Time Total Minutes

Time / Expectations 
Synchronous, Asynchronous

Period 1
SAMPLE

8:00 8:50 50

40 minutes real time
10 minutes independent

Transition 8:50 8:55 5

Movement / Brain Break

Period 2 8:55 9:45 50

 

Transition 9:45 9:50 5

Movement / Brain Break

Period 3 9:50 10:40 50

40 minutes real time
10 minutes independent 

Transition 10:40 10:45 5

Movement / Brain Break

Period 4 10:45 11:35 50

40 minutes real time
10 minutes independent 

Transition 11:35 11:40 5

Movement / Brain Break

Period 5 11:40 12:30 50

Lunch

Transition 12:30 12:35 5

Movement / Brain Break

Period 6 12:35 1:25 50

40 minutes real time
10 minutes independent 

Transition 1:25 1:30 5

Movement / Brain Break

Period 7 1:30 2:20 50

40 minutes real time
10 minutes independent 

Transition 2:20 2:25 5

Movement / Brain Break

Period 8 2:25 3:15 50

40 minutes real time
10 minutes independent