Manitoba Remote Learning Support CentreJuly 4, 2022
MANITOBA REMOTE LEARNING CENTRE – REGISTRATION 2022-2023
The Manitoba Remote Learning Centre will continue for the 2022-2023 school year.
Please read the details below to learn more about the MRLC for the next school year.
- A team of teachers will be available to offer remote online learning to students learning from home.
- The allocation, right now, is approximately one teacher per grade (grades 1-8) with a maximum capacity of 240 students. Capacity may increase upon demand.
- Manitoba Remote Learning Support Centre teachers will offer English remote learning with the potential for French Immersion, based on need, for students in Grade 1 to 8.
- Remote Learning will be available to any student who chooses Remote Learning as an alternative.
- Students receiving remote learning through the Manitoba Learning Centre will become students of the St. James-Assiniboia School Division until they choose to return to their brick-and-mortar school.
- School of Choice Forms may need to be completed to finalize registration.
- Students will be accepted on a first come first served basis.
REGISTRATION FOR THE MANITOBA REMOTE LEARNING CENTRE CLASSES BEGINS ON MONDAY, MAY 2, 2022 AT 9:00 A.M.
To be eligible for Remote Learning, your child(ren) must be enrolled into our school. École LaVérendrye would then be called your child(ren)'s home-based school.
Manitoba Remote Learning Centre requires a completed "MRLSC Exchange of Information Authorization" Form. Please call LaVérendrye at 204-452-5015 for this form.
Roles and Responsibilities of the Manitoba Remote Learning Support Centre
The MRLSC teachers will
- provide a positive online learning environment with goals, clear routines, schedules, and expectation that are developmentally appropriate (Manitoba's Provincial Framework: Guiding Principles for Remote Learning can be found on the MRLSC portal at www.mbremotelearning.ca/home)
- adhere to online etiquette and information, communication, and technology (ICT) appropriate-use policy and procedures
- provide learning experiences for the four subject areas (mathematics, English language arts, social studies, science), as outlines in the Manitoba provincial curriculum.
- integrate physical education, health/well-being, and the arts into the four (4) key subject areas
- provide effective assessment of student learning, as outlined in Rethinking Classroom Assessment with Purpose in Mind
- incorporate students' prior learning, strengths, interests, and needs in the selection of teaching strategies and assessment practices, diffrentiating instruction accordingly
- provide adaptation to meet identified student learning need
- provide synchronous and asynchronous learning, as outlined in Manitoba Education Standards for Remote Learning
- provide frequent and regular communication with parents
- report student progress to parents and the students' home-based school
- provide student attendance and report card data to the students' home-based school