Monroe One BOCES will determine the level of access to devices and internet all students and instructional staff have in their places of residence by surveying families and staff.
Monroe One BOCES will address the need to provide devices and internet access to students and teachers who do not have sufficient access.
All teachers and instructional leaders will have the opportunity to participate in professional development on designing effective remote learning experiences by instructional technology specialists.
Teachers will also have access to resources and training on best practices for instruction in an online environment.
Tools and Support
Monroe One BOCES will utilize technology tools that are compliant with NY Education Law 2-d and Part 121 of the Commissioner’s Regulations.
Student learning management systems will be used to provide consistent instructional content to students, and communication to parents/guardians regarding instructional tasks and materials.
Monroe One BOCES will also use video conferencing tools to meaningfully connect and engage with students while in a remote learning environment.
Students who are not able to access high-speed internet will receive phone calls home and hard copies (or flash drives) of materials until a more meaningful solution for computer access and internet connectivity can be resolved.
Technology resources and training will be available to students and parents via the Monroe One BOCES website.
Monroe One BOCES technology staff will provide technology support for teachers, students and parents.