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Visit the Cyberschool Website at http://cyberschool.sd42.ca/
Cyberschool is located at Alouette Elementary School, 22155 Isaac Crescent, Maple Ridge, BC.
CYBERSCHOOL offers the traditional school curriculum using technology as a 21st century tool to enhance and extend student learning.
Flexibility and choice, collaborative learning, inquiry, and knowledge building are elements of this program. Students will interact with other students and their teacher, utilize the resources of the internet, and discuss issues online while still being able to retain the personal contact that traditional face-to-face learning allows.
Students who are well-motivated, independent learners can benefit from having choices in how they learn. Learning can be enriched by the resources and environment that online learning allows, and working individually at home allows students to work at their own speed with fewer distractions but still have the ability to get individual help from their teacher or collaborate online with their classmates.
Read about all the benefits at http://cyberschool.sd42.ca/info/good.html
How many days will be online?
In October, one day a week, working towards two days a week from November to the end of the year.
What day(s) will be online?
Initially, Thursdays will be online, then Tuesdays and Thursdays.
What if I temporarily cannot provide supervision for online days?
The child is welcome to come to school.
What are the technology requirements for home?
Students will require a printer and an internet connection. Laptops will be provided by School District No. 42.
Will my child be online all day long?
No. Students will only be required to be online when researching, participating in the online community, during online lessons and discussion, or at prearranged meeting times.
Find out more about CYBERSCHOOL: http://cyberschool.sd42.ca/
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