Supporting Remote and Hybrid Teaching and Learning
Teachers need access to high-quality, accessible, and flexible resources to support their students while teaching remotely either full time or in combination with in-person instruction.
This site provides suggestions regarding how teachers may use Smarter Balanced resources while students are learning outside of the traditional classroom, but may also be used for in-person instruction.
This website contains guidance on:
- Planning and designing your approach to remote and hybrid instruction
- Using the Formative Assessment Process in remote learning
- Accessibility considerations to support all students during remote instruction
- Using interim assessments during instruction, including do's and don'ts
- Administering summative assessments remotely, comprised of best practice recommendations
Note: Information on this site does not:
- Serve as legal or policy guidance for schools, districts, or other entities
- Replace state policy, guidance, or procedures