Your child’s classroom teacher will provide information directly regarding how they will deliver their online lessons, including their preferred technology, lesson times and guidelines.
Below you will find some information regarding video conferencing, including the steps both parents and students should take to prepare and set up your technology for online video lessons.
It will be helpful for parents to read what is required of students, so you can ensure they are set up correctly and able to engage appropriately in online learning.
Video conferencing is a beneficial tool for learning and provides opportunities to:
Contact your child teacher to discuss the possibility of alternative arrangement.
All CESA students have access to O365, an important and useful tool for learning online. If your child has not been provided with access details, please contact your school or classroom teacher.
Your student’s learning can happen anywhere with Office 365 online. Get to know these tools made to support learners of all ages and abilities, and see how your child’s core subjects and class discussions can happen with support from Microsoft Education.
Microsoft Teams, via the Microsoft O365 Suite, is the preferred platform your child's teacher may use to facilitate home learning.
Microsoft Teams brings conversations, content, assignments, and video conferencing together in one safe environment, allowing teachers to create vibrant and collaborative virtual learning experiences.
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Scootle provides free educational resources to support remote learning for Australian students, available for everyone to use. You can explore Scootle using a guest login. Search and browse relevant teaching and learning resources for use in class and at home.
Scootle provides access to a range of digital resources that support the Australian Curriculum. Teachers in Australian schools are able to self-register to access the resources and now parents and carers can also access resources via the Guest login. Find interactive activities, videos, teaching ideas and student resources for all subjects as well as links to specialist resource hubs such as the Early Years Resource Hub, Student Wellbeing Hub and Digital Technologies Hub.