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Distance Learning Portal

DISTANCE LEARNING PORTAL

Please bookmark this page. It will be updated regularly. Last updated May 26, 2020 8:45am.
 
Most packets and worksheets from our teachers can be viewed with the free Adobe Acrobat Reader
 
If you need to contact a teacher, please use the Staff Directory
 
 
Lessons from our teachers:

Additional resources:

INFORMATION REGARDING VIDEO CONFERENCING

Many Lakewood teachers are hosting video conferences to support student learning.
 
Important notes
  • When students participate in video conferences with their video ON, other participants can see them and their surroundings.
  • Video sessions may be recorded and posted for students to use for review at a later time.
  • The Student Code of Conduct and Acceptable Use Policy are in effect during video conferences.
  • Teachers are being trained to take advantage of the security and privacy features on these platforms to limit participation to Lakewood students and disable unnecessary features. 
Our teachers are using two platforms:
 
Zoom 
  • Zoom is a commercial video conferencing tool used globally.
  • Students do NOT need to create a Zoom account. Only the meeting hosts (teachers) need Zoom accounts.
  • Only students with a Zoom meeting link and meeting password are able to join a Zoom meeting. 

Google Meet

  • If your teacher uses Google Classroom, they may choose to use Google Meet.
  • Students using Google Meet will login with their regular @lakewoodlocal.k12.oh.us student Google account. 
  • Only students from Lakewood invited by the teacher are able to join a Google Meet session.
  • Read more about privacy in GSuite here

LESSONS FROM OUR TEACHERS

Materials will be posted here through Wednesday, March 18, then updated on an ongoing basis. New and updated materials are **MARKED IN RED**.

Hebron Elementary

 
Hebron Elementary Newsletters
  
Kindergarten 
First grade Second grade
Reading
  •  Wilbooks
     **NEW 3/31** Over 1,000 titles for students in grades K-2 online to read for free, with videos, poetry pages, and downloadable word searches. 
Math
  • ST Math |  | students login with their normal picture password
    ST Math games include more than 35,000 puzzles with interactive representations of math topics that align to all state standards, with learning objectives that target key grade-level concepts and skills.
    ST Math requires Adobe Flash. Instructions for Google Chrome | Download for other browsers
    ST Math parent guide
  • Zearn Math
    Zearn Math is available to access 24/7 outside of school. Although the program is designed for classroom learning, all digital lessons and paper-based instructional materials can be accessed at home. Students need the login information provided by their teacher to access lessons. 

Specials 

Special education

Speech services

 

Read-Alongs with Mrs. Ellinger

Jackson Intermediate

Update from Mrs. Field           UPDATED **4/23** 
 
For all JIS teachers, login to Google Classroom 
 

Occupational therapy

 

Lakewood Middle School

 
For all LMS teachers, login to Google Classroom

Lakewood High School

Arts
English Language Arts
Health & physical education
IT, Careers, and STEM
Intervention
Math
Science
Spanish
Speech
 

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

INTERNET ACCESS

Lakewood school buildings
All of the Lakewood school buildings function as drive-up wireless hotspots. If your child's device is not already connected to our network, please use the "LW_Guest" network (there is no password). 
 
Spectrum/Charter
  • Charter will offer free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students who do not already have a Spectrum broadband subscription at any service level up to 100 Mbps.
  • To enroll call 1-844-488-8395. Installation fees will be waived for new student households. Prepare to be on hold for awhile, as call volumes are VERY heavy.
  • For eligible low-income households without school-aged children, Charter continues to offer Spectrum Internet Assist, a low-cost broadband program delivering speeds of 30 Mbps.
  • Charter will open its Wi-Fi hotspots across our footprint for public use. 
  • Read Spectrum's announcement here
  • You must call to cancel at the end of the 60 days, after which you may be billed at Spectrum's regular rate.
  • Check availability and coverage in your area: https://www.spectrum.com/contact-us 

Kinetic/Windstream

  • For new customers without existing Kinetic/Windstream service, there are promotions with monthly discounts.
  • Service and billing are month-to-month with no contract. 
  • Check availability and coverage in your area: https://www.windstream.com/high-speed-internet 

LifeLine

  • Lifeline is a federal program that lowers the monthly cost of phone and internet. Eligible customers will get up to $9.25 toward their bill. You can only use Lifeline for either phone or internet, but not both.
  • Several service providers in Licking County participate in the program.
  • Check participating companies and apply: https://data.usac.org/publicreports/CompaniesNearMe/Download/Report 

Mobile phones/Internet hotspots

At-home technology loan

 

Tools for parents & educators

  • INFOhio Educator Tools
    Extensive database of lessons, activites, and websites that is searchable by grade level and content area.
 

For all learners

Multiple content areas
Libraries
 

For pre-K students

English Language Arts
  • BookFlix from Scholastic
    Paired fiction and nonfiction popular texts that engage readers and support literacy. Helps students build foundational skills through making connections, building background knowledge, and building vocabulary. Read aloud feature can be disabled as readers progress. Lexile reading levels included.
  • World Book Early Learning
    Games, eBooks, and digital media that develop language and literacy skills.

Math

Multiple content areas

  • INFOhio: Early Learning Portal
    The INFOhio Early Learning Portal contains more than 50 websites and apps to help little learners prepare for school and their futures. The Early Learning Portal is for parents and educators of children ages three through five. The INFOhio Early Learning Portal helps preschool children: Learn letters, numbers and basic knowledge; Interact with other children and adults; Engage in meaningful play; and Develop focus and problem-solving skills. Each resource was chosen and evaluated by educators and librarians with expertise in early learning and literacy. INFOhio encourages adults to use the digital resources with children, providing guidance and support.
 

For students grades K-5

English Languge Arts

Multiple content areas 

  • World Book Kids
    Online encyclopedia includes eBooks, videos, activities, read-aloud, and translation features. Lexile reading levels included. 
  • INFOhio: "Things That Go!" (grades K-1)
    Kindergarten and first grade students learn about planes, trains, ships, and other things that go while meeting Ohio Learning Standards in reading, math, social studies, and fine arts.
  • INFOhio: "Animals and Their Caretakers" (grade 2)
    Second grade students learn about careers working with animals while meeting Ohio Learning Standards in reading, math, science, and fine arts.
  • INFOhio: "Doctors, Dentists, and Health Helpers" (grade 3)
    Third grade students learn about careers in healthcare and ways to take care of their own health while meeting Ohio Learning Standards in reading, writing, math, science, and physical education. 
  • INFOhio: "Engineering the Future" (grades 4-5)
    Fourth and fifth grade students learn about careers in engineering and feats of engineering such as Ferris wheels and bridges while meeting Ohio Learning Standards in reading, writing, math, science, and fine arts.

Information literacy

  • INFOhio: "iWonder Genius Hour" (teacher's guide) | (student worksheet, Microsoft Word) | (worksheet, PDF)
    The IWonder Genius Hour activity leads your students through the inquiry process, helping to strengthen their research skills. Beginning with a general search on the Internet, students will narrow and refine their search to locate specific information in INFOhio’s academic databases through ISearch. Finally, they will share the information they have learned using one of the multimedia tools found in Go! Ask Act Achieve, a research process tool developed by INFOhio. 

For students grades 6-8

  • INFOhio: "Map it Out" (grade 6, lesson plan) | (teacher's guide)
    How do maps help us in our everyday lives? How do they help us understand how the world has changed? Can maps help us answer questions about the world we live in? This map lesson for sixth grade, which integrates best practices for reading digital text, and supports the Social Studies, Technology, and ELA Reading Informational Text standards, uses the HyperDoc format. HyperDocs are interactive Google Docs that foster student creativity and collaboration in a blended learning environment. They are designed to help students make the most of inquiry-based learning.
  • INFOhio: "Money, Money, Money! The World of Finance"
    Sixth through eighth grade students learn about careers in the financial services industry and managing their money while meeting Ohio Learning Standards in reading, writing, math, social studies, and fine arts.
  • Scholastic activities for grades 6-8 **NEW 3/18**

For students grades 9-12

Biology

  • INFOhio: "Cell Structure and Functions" (lesson plan) | (teacher's guide)
    What makes a cell a functioning system? What is the relationship between cell structure and cell function? How can components be altered to help cure sickness? This lesson for high school biology, which integrates best practices for reading digital text, and supports the Science, Technology, and ELA Reading Informational Text standards, uses the HyperDoc format. HyperDocs are interactive Google Docs that foster student creativity and collaboration in a blended learning environment. They are designed to help students make the most of inquiry-based learning.

Technology 

  • INFOhio: "Tech Careers, Coding, and Beyond"
    High school students learn about a variety of technology careers including game development, hacktivism, and web design while meeting Ohio Learning Standards in reading, writing, math, social studies, and fine arts.

 

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