SWP eLearning Teacher Guide


General Information

1) Build Your Lessons

Attn: Riverton Teachers

  • You are building lessons for your PARKE day classes (April 27 classes)
  • April 25 when lessons are assigned is also a Parke Day - assign and give needed materials when students come to your class
  • May 1 when lessons are due is also a Parke Day - work is due when students come to your class

Attn: Elementary Specials Teachers

  • You will build lessons for the students you would see on April 27:
  • Montezuma A's: PE
  • Montezuma B's: Library
  • Rosedale A's: Music
  • Rosedale B's: Art

Work Time & Deadlines

  • Two PD times in April are designated work time for building your lessons
  • New teachers, who are building their very first eLearning lesson, will have some additional time in small groups with Rachel
  • Lessons must be submitted no later than Wednesday, April 18 (please submit as soon as you have them completed!)
  • Revisions required by administrators must be made no later than Tuesday, April 24


Lesson Content

  1. Lesson Objectives - What the students should learn from this lesson presented as an "I can " statement.
  2. Office Hours - List your office hours (days and times) and how to reach you. For this eLearning day, all teachers will list Friday, April 27 8:10-9:00 AM and 2:30-3:00 PM as their office hours. You should include that your email address and list Riverton Parke's phone number (765) 569-2045. Click here for more information on office hours.
  3. Introduction - Something quick to hook your students and explain the lesson objectives.
  4. Instruction ("I do.") - This is the teaching component of your lesson. This can be review material or a continuation of your current classroom lessons. It should be curriculum instruction, not giving directions for activities and assignments.
  5. Activity (“We do.”) -An activity that will allow students to practice or explore the content of this lesson. This section should be more student-focused, gradually releasing independence to students.
  6. Assessment (“You do.”) - An assignment that will require students to work independently to demonstrate understanding. This may include the use of one of our digital curriculum programs (IXL, ALEKS, Achieve3000, etc.), a quiz, or another type of assignment. Work may be submitted digitally or in person. This is the portion of the lesson you will grade and use to determine attendance.
  7. Completion Checklist - A simple checklist of the things the students should have done to complete this lesson.

Additional Lesson Content Details

Special Education Modifications

2) Submit Your Lessons

Submitting Lessons

Settings and Submitting Your Lessons for Review

3) Prepare Students & Assign Your Lessons

  • Discuss and/or practice eLearning lessons with your students
  • Give students the lesson link and any needed materials on Wednesday, April 25

Click here for a more detailed description

4) Support Your Students

  • Attend to questions from parents and students throughout the eLearning window (May 25-April 1).
  • Emails and phone calls should be attended to immediately during office hours

5) Collect, Grade & Take Attendance

  • eLearning assignments are due when students come to your class on May 1
  • A grade must be included in the grade book labeled as "eLearning". Grades should reflect the weight of equivalent work done during a regular school day but may be simply a completion grade.
  • Attendance is determined by lesson completion and should be entered by May 4.

How To Record Attendance Based on Student Work Completion

Rachel Porter

Need help? Contact me with questions specific to your lesson or to schedule in-person help.