Digital learning model for in-person classes
In-person classes teachers use digital content for teaching, students without a printed book can use a few pages each week in the classroom as worksheets. Homework online for Reading/Listening and Speaking/Writing with or without OpenLMS.
Authenticated access to OpenLMS for Teacher and Student scenario:
When fully authenticated, all content for teacher and student is digitally available without any need for paper especially for intermediate levels in the classroom, when students bring their public school device. For Mazhalai, Basic 1, 2 & 3 levels for in-person classes, can be managed by printing 1 or 2 pages per week as classroom worksheets. Homework is fully online for all levels.
Assessment: When authenticated, each course (semester) has LSRW assessments within the course to administer and assess digitally in person or using paper.
Using guest access in OpenLMS for Teacher and Student scenario:
For in-person digital classes, Speaking and Writing is teacher driven and interaction between students and use paper for writing responses. Interpretive reading and listening content can be accessed by students using their public school device digitally using guest access for students or teachers.
Assessment: When using guest login, the assessments will not be available to view for either teacher or student. Teachers need to send an email to email@example.com for LSRW assessment for any end of semester assessments. This will be shared one time for each semester on good faith and teachers can update that going forward.