We just don't know, and may not for a while.
At this point, I believe we should plan on setting up our virtual classroom because no matter what happens you will be able to use it with students. Having a physical classroom and virtual one set up will allow your students, and their parents to have access to you and the learning no matter what happens during the 20-21 school year.
Here's an easy step by step way to create your virtual classroom:
- Set up Google Sites as your main 'portal' to your virtual classroom. Making sure this site is accessible to anyone with the link will also allow this portal to be accessible to your parents, as well as the students.
- On the main page of your Site embed your bitmoji virtual classroom. This classroom will contain links to your weekly plan, websites that students will need, and other important documents/websites that are needed.
- Create your weekly plan (or unit choice board) that includes all the assignments the student needs to complete for the designated timeframe. Any assignments that require something to be created, answered, or uploaded, would link directly to the Google Classroom assignment. This will allow all your turned in assignments to be in one place for each checking, grading and offering feedback.
- Create assignments in Google Classroom and link directly back to your weekly plan.
Other possibilities include having a parent page off your Google Site with parent/student 'how-tos', or other assistance. Other pages can include links directly to virtual building sites or other team teacher sites.
Here are some video tutorials to help you create this new learning vision!
Be Present Virtually! (Video showing steps to create your bitmoji virtual classroom)
Creating a Weekly Plan/ Choice Board:
Stay tuned for more tutorials on creating your Google Site Portal!