Remote Learning School Policy Considerations
As teaching moves online, school leaders and teachers should re-familiarise themselves with their AUP. Updates may need to be made if you are using new learning environments or additional tools to facilitate distance learning. It is a good time to remind staff, parents and students of any AUP updates.
As we enter the final term of the school year, with learning and education continuing online, here is a reminder of some key considerations – now more important than ever – that schools should factor into their plans to ensure a safe learning experience for students and teachers. Along with technical considerations, safeguarding children should form a part of the planning stages of any changes/updates to learning environments.
For more information on distance learning safety advice and considerations, go to: webwise.ie/trending/distance-learning-safety-advice-and-considerations/
Guidance on Continuity of Schooling for Primary and Post-Primary Schools
Sample Acceptable Use Policies
- City West Educate Together NS – https://www.citywestetns.ie/
- St Joseph’s Secondary School, Rush – http://www.
- St Vincent’s Castleknock College – https://www.
castleknockcollege.ie/ distance-learning/distance- learning-policy
- Colåiste Mhuire Co-Ed – https://www.cmco.ie/remote-
- Loreto Secondary School – http://www.
loretoclonmel.ie/wp-content/ uploads/2020/03/Remote- Teaching-and-Learning- Protocols-for-Students.pdf
More information and advice on distance learning can be found here: www.pdst.ie/DistanceLearning