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Expectations

Student Expectations
  • At a minimum, students should log into the course the every day and work on their assignments.
  • Be responsible for keeping up with the course assignments, deadlines and completion of the course.
  • Use your active CHCCS email account. If they do not have one, the students may need to work with the school Technology Facilitator to obtain one.
  • Be autonomous learners and self-motivated to manage their own learning environment.
  • Be independent learners moving at their own pace enjoying the learning process.
  • Be able to organize and manage their time well.
  • Be computer literate with a working knowledge of email, the Internet, and basic keyboarding skills.
  • Use email and discussion forums to communicate with peers and instructors. 
  • Be able to write clearly to communicate ideas and complete assignments.
  • Have a strong commitment to learn and achieve through online courses in order to achieve academic success.
  • Access parental support to ensure that they are successful online learners achieving academic success.
School Online Learning Coordinator and Guidance Expectations
  • The Online Learning Coordinator and Guidance Counselor of the school will ensure that the student has met the proper prerequisites.
  • Ensure that the Parent and Student contact information (email and phone number) are correctly listed on the eLearning Permission form.
  • Act as the point of contact for the students and the parents.
  • Ensure that students have the needed materials.
  • Ensure that students have access to a computer and internet access.
  • Contact the student on a daily basis the first week of the course or until the student has logged in and completed their first assignment.
  • Contact the student once a week (by face to face meeting, email or phone) throughout the course.
  • Assist NCVPS teachers in contacting students if there is a problem.
  • All students taking online courses at school must have equal access to computers, Internet connections, and other resources necessary for taking an online course.
  • Direct the student to the NCVPS Help Desk or the NCVPS Peer Tutoring site if the student is having difficulties. 
  • Home schools will administer the end of course tests.