#1 About K12 Curricula
K12 Remote Learning isn’t about recreating the classroom.
You do NOT have to follow a schedule. Schedules are for management. Kids need a direction that interests them. If they are interested they will do it on their own, and not all learning has to do with a state standard.
Students may not have a computer or an internet connection, or a printer, or a cell phone, maybe kids will need to help to provide basic needs for the house and family.
If you the parent can’t cope with teaching your children you can choose to take your child OUT OF the schools’ virtual learning plan. You do not have to participate and be miserable with teaching young children, while you are still working from home too. YOU CAN QUIT!
If you the teacher and can’t cope there is a meetup on Badass Teachers Association through ZOOM.
ACTUALLY THE K12 DIGITAL DIVIDE THAT HAS BEEN WITH US SINCE 1994 AND NEVER SOLVED IS ABOUT TO BE EXPOSED AS A CRISIS OF STUPIDITY ON THE GOVERNMENTS PART.
THERE HAS ALWAYS BEEN SOLUTIONS << THAT MONEY WOULD HAVE SOLVED.>>
Your SCHOOL DISTRICT Wi-Fi boundaries CAN EXPAND so that students can sit in a courtyard or work at the sport’s field’s bleachers.
DIGITAL EQUITY “Everyone has the right to education.” Article 26 Universal Declaration of Human Rights 12/10/48
Your State Department of Education,
Your local School District,
Your classroom teacher…..
They aren’t going to grade the work. Everyone gets promoted.
Every school district has said all this work won’t actually be counted / graded – because it isn’t fair to kids who are unable to complete it (due to no computer, no printer, no internet, homelessness, not having a parent who can help them, etc).
>”Students may not be able to take federal mandated standardized tests this spring…. We made the process to delay these tests for a year fast and painless (see Broad Flexibilities Provided to States to Bypass ESSA Mandated Testing for the 2019-20 School Year).
Forty-eight states and territories have already requested the waiver. We are approving the requests within 24 hours. [Approval letters are posted online.]”
>>Distance Education and Innovation
A Proposed Rule by the Education Department on 04/02/2020 comment period that ends 05/04/2020
None of the following #STEAM projects require a printer.
PROJECTS = Online Curriculm = is simple:
Kids need a well-rounded liberal arts and tech orientation to all things in this world.
THE SECRET TO LEARNING IS MOTIVATION!
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- The Reason Remote Learning is great: Students can make a video of what they are doing.
- YOUR “Proof of Work” will be seen online. Show everybody what you can do!
- When the state won’t acknowledge, recognize or test, then you need to prove what you know on your own terms.
- Student Projects evidence #STEAM skills and shows “Proof of Work”!
SCHOOL IS OUT ….
Let’s have some fun !
“Remote Learning #STEAM projects transform student engagement from a metric to a purpose driven culture!” ~ Karen Ellis
THESE ARE THE BENEFITS
- Students are using all the art and technology skills on planet earth to create their video.
- You don’t need the Department of Education to give you credit – the public sees your work – THIS IS PROOF OF WORK!
- Make Your work public.
- Put your video up on youtube.com, vimeo.com or storybook.org
Link to your video from your K12 school’s website information page on the K12PlayGround.com © 2017
Your collective work cannot be denied by the Department of Education.
Help kids stay social and show what kids can do when they aren’t confined by the state.
What’s revolutionary about this?
Education than transforms student engagement from a metric to a purpose driven culture.
This site links to “Proof of Work”
It doesn’t matter if the Federal Department of Education, your State Department of Education, Your local School District, or the very teacher in your school acknowledges the work.
“Proof of Work” will be seen online, Show them what you can do!
- Citizens can make their own K12 public schools shine.
The public builds the schools they want them to be – by tapping into and documenting their experiences and telling their own stories
- We learn best from the diverse range of views by the wider public.
K12 Students need a work around, they need to “Show Proof Of Work” – show what you learned without being sanctioned by the State.
DO REMOTE LEARNING:
Teachers & Parents & Students
CURRICULA IDEAS, STRATEGIES, & INSTRUCTION
Educational CyberPlayGround, Inc.
K12 Curriculum Parents, Teachers, and Administrators can use for students online.
“WEBUCATION” — Learn about The Advantages
Online learners can have a multisensory experience, by combining audio, video, text, and graphics and where they can control the information they want, when they want it all through Hypertext. Information that is presented using the four learning styles. (VARK) Visual, Aural, Kinesthetic, along with and Reading/Writing is more effective.
The Importance of Crafting Culturally Relevant Content PDF
As more and more classrooms are wired, the Internet provides teachers a new gateway to relevant, diverse and engaging content.
The CyberPlayGround offers an interdisciplinary guide to using the Internet to deliver online curriculum. It provides comprehensive learning resources for different cultural and ethnic groups, and also for those with different approaches to learning.
THINK #STEAM PROJECTS
Interdisciplinary #STEAM ProjectS
Think #STEAM focus on the K12 activity and how it can be described as learning something about science, technology, engineering, art and math.
STUDENTS SHOW PROOF OF WORK!
Video Projects hashtag #covid19
Make a video about your work
Show and explain your work then put it up online. Put your video up on youtube.com, vimeo.com or storymap.org.
HELP MAKE K12 EDUCATION HISTORY
K12PLAYGROUND.COM IS K12 AMERICAN INTERNET HISTORY
THIS IS THE OLDEST ONLINE K-12 SCHOOL DIRECTORY IN THE WORLD ©1993
THIS IS BUILT BY THE NATION! IT IS A PUBLIC FOLKLORE PROJECT
It has OVER 100,000 K12 websites online starting from 1994!
Let’s continue to make American K12 Internet History K12PlayGround.com © 1993 – 2020
The K12PlayGround.com site is a place where educators in schools or parents at home during Covid-19 Virus times can participate in a revolutionary way to show “Proof of Work”. Find what K12 students are doing and learning when they can’t be in school now using #hashtags
Use hashtags #STEAM = #science, #technology, #engineering, #art and #math #RemoteLearning #covid19 #webquests #PlayGround #Poetry #ARTS
We got rid of the Federal Department of Education before.
Now In 2020 – K12 Schools are Out! Remote Learning is In!
When the Federal Department of Education Policy, for all the State Departments of Education, Local School District Administrations, Local School Boards of Education, and finally your Teachers are told that they won’t need to grade or recognize any student work for this school year ….. There is a problem. THE HISTORIC BIG PICTURE
IN AMERICA: THEY GOT RID OF THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND STARTED THE CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS 1933 – 1942
Civilian Conservation Corps [CCC] National Archives of Records
In June 1933, the ECW decided that men in CCC camps could be given the opportunity of vocational training and additional education. Educational programs were developed that varied considerably from camp to camp, both in efficiency and results. More than 90 percent of all enrollees participated in some facet of the educational program. This program taught the population to read and write so well that the former Federal government employees got scared they wouldn’t be wanted or needed anymore, then they decided to abolished it! It worked too well.
Center on Reinventing Public Education offers
K12 Free teaching modules for new online educators
US students are being asked to work remotely. But 22% of homes don’t have internet.
But nationwide, approximately 22% of households don’t have home internet, including more than 4m households with school-age children. Poor families and people of color are particularly affected – only 56% of households making less than $20,000 have home broadband, and black and Hispanic households lag behind their white counterparts even when we control for income differences. Even among students who theoretically have access, not all access is equal. According to census research, 8% of households who have internet rely exclusively on mobile broadband. Once again, low-income people and communities of color are disproportionately more likely to be mobile-only broadband adopters.
Center on Reinventing Public Education offers K12 Free teaching modules for new online educators