Our campus may be closed, but the learning never stops!
Today marks the first day of remote learning (and teaching) for the students and staff of Central Catholic High School.
In the above photo from the Rogers Memorial Theater on Monday, faculty and staff are participating in a meeting and remote learning workshop via Zoom on how to use Zoom to conduct their classes! Zoom is an app for video conferencing and webinars.
The meeting was led by our principal, Mrs. Doreen Keller. The workshop was led by Mrs. Jodi Linnehan Kriner, Assistant Principal: Dean of Innovation and Academics.
Over the course of the past week, faculty and staff have been participating in a series of workshops to prepare for remote learning and to develop effective lesson plans.
They are utilizing:
- Zoom Cloud Meeting: a leading app for video conferencing and webinars;
- Course pages through our current, online learning management system;
- Additional web-based learning and communication tools.
Remote Learning begins Wed., March 18 (Day C), and will continue on Thurs., March 19 (Day D), and Fri., March 20 (Day E).
Knowing that this is a new experience for students and families, our faculty and staff have been working diligently to ensure that the transition to remote learning is as smooth as possible.
Good luck to our students, to our faculty, and to our parents as we embrace this new learning model together!