Alternative Methods of Instruction
The Sedalia School District #200 instructional team has provided suggested daily activities as well as online instructional resources in the event of school closings. The team recognizes direct instruction provided by highly qualified and effective teachers is the ultimate method of student achievement, but also want to make sure we provide opportunities for students to manage their own learning, take charge of their own learning, and work independently with an abundance of choices that can occur anytime and anywhere. Flexible learning will give students a unique opportunity to make more choices than usual about their learning, to manage their own learning, and to work independently. This approach will broaden student experiences during the school year and provide our students with essential skill practices.
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6th Grade ELA Suggested Daily Activities
6th Grade Math Suggested Daily Activities
6th Grade Science Suggested Daily Activities
6th Grade Social Studies Suggested Daily Activities
7th Grade ELA Suggested Daily Activities
7th Grade Math Suggested Daily Activities
7th Grade Science Suggested Daily Activities
7th Grade Social Studies Suggested Daily Activities
8th Grade ELA Suggested Daily Activities
8th Grade Math Suggested Daily Activities
8th Grade Science Suggested Daily Activities
8th Grade Social Studies Suggested Daily Activities
6th Grade - 8th Grade Additional Online Instructional Resources
Online Instructional Resources are designed to provide students with additional practice, information, and creative activities to enhance learning that has already taken place during the school year. These are great resources to help your students keep their skills sharp and explore creative ways of learning.
Students can also check their Google Classroom for additional materials and skills practice.
Smith-Cotton High School students have the opportunity to learn and advance their education while they are at home. Should on-campus classes be suspended, teachers will continue teaching, assessing, and educating our students through Canvas and Google Classroom. Students will be accessing daily assignments on their Chromebooks.