2020-2021 Course Progression
Student's individual progression can vary from this. It can be based on personal interest and aptitude. Meet with your Counselor discuss your specific progression and see you Education Career Action Plan (ECAP). For more information about Bagdad Unified School Districts Career and Technical Education Progress visit the Dual Enrollment page.
TIPS FOR DISTANCE LEARNING
Create a Routine: Although you don’t have to get up and work at a specific time, set a schedule for yourself and get ready for the day. Set aside specific time to work on school work. If you do it whenever you feel like it, you are more likely to procrastinate and be less productive.
Get ready for the Day: Wearing pajamas all day can be fun for a little while, but if we are in this for the long haul, it may be time to establish your new normal. Getting dressed, eating breakfast, and brushing your teeth can set a tone for your day and help you be more productive.
Set Goals for Yourself: The amount of work that is presented to you at once can be overwhelming. Make goals for yourself about what you want to accomplish and in what time frame. Make a to-do list and check things off as you complete them.
Take Breaks: No one is expecting you to sit in front of a computer all day and work on school work. Set time limits for yourself. If you were in school you would get time to socialize with friends, walk from class to class, and eat lunch. Take that time for yourself at home too. Go for a walk, chat with a friend, journal, or simply just relax.
Find a specific place for work: Although it may be tempting to work from your bed, it may not be as productive as you think. Find a place like a desk or table with as little distractions as possible where you can focus on the work you are doing.
Communication: Distance learning online is not an easy thing. It requires extra communication for all those involved. Make sure you are regularly in contact with your teachers. In a normal classroom you could just raise your hand and ask a question. With online instruction, you must advocate for yourself if you are struggling. Your teachers are here to help you, but they cannot if you don’t communicate with them.