Walla Walla Public Schools is producing a series of videos for parents and students to help navigate the Distance Learning program. Carrie LaRoy of the Teaching and Learning Department is leading the project to create short, how-to videos to help students and families. These fun and easy to understand videos will be posted on the district’s website and shared on social media. The district has five videos slated for production prior to the first day of school. Parents are encouraged to check the district’s Safely Reopening Schools webpage often as new videos will be produced regularly.
VIDEO SERIES SCHEDULE
Video #1: Carrie LaRoy introduces the video series to parents and students and reveals the contents of the tech tote bags K-12 students will pick up Aug. 31 and Sept. 1 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at their school. Transitional kindergarten and kindergarten tote bags will be available for pick up during parent conferences the week of Sept. 8.
Video # 2: Learning the basics of how to use the Chromebook and how to log-in.
Video #3: How to use Google Classroom for the tech practice “Dry Run” Sept. 3 and first day of school Sept. 8.
Video #4: How to navigate your school’s home landing page where students will access all of their learning platforms.
First day of the school reminders on how to get tech support, the importance of creating a learning space at home and other tips for success.
For video ideas or questions, please contact:
• Carrie LaRoy, Assessment & Education Technology Coordinator
• email@example.com / 509.526.6786