Virtual Day Routine and Explanations

Hello Parents and Students, 
We are locked into virtual learning until the end of September. Given that, I wanted to provide some insight into how each school day will look for students over the course of the next month. 
General Information
Assignment Availability
Assignments will become available at 7:55 for the morning class and 10:55 for the afternoon class on Google Classroom. Every assignment and link to a website will be on the Google Classroom assignment with the day's date. 
Class Times and Structure
I have listed the times below because I will be moving on to the next section at those exact times regardless of when a student has logged on to Zoom. If a student logs on at 12:00 pm, for example, I will not be going back over the teacher videos or problem sets at that point. Those students will be making that section up on their own time. There are many totally understandable reasons why students will miss part of the Zoom meeting. But I feel I must protect the time and learning of those who are there. It creates too much confusion and chaos to start managing all the assignments simultaneously. 
Completed and Missing Work Document
This will be posted on Classdojo's Class Story feature every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday by 5 p.m. 
Math: Part 1: "As a Group"
Morning Class: 8:00 a.m to 8:45 a.m.
Afternoon Class: 11:00 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.
1. Teacher Video: 
Students will watch a video filmed by one of the 5 Math/Science teachers at NWR. We will be keeping these videos to ~10 minutes maximum. It is extremely important students watch that as it will be teaching the core Math concepts we cover in 5th grade.
 
2. Problem Set
Students will complete a handful of problems each day: 4-6 questions or so. The vast majority will have them completing them, taking a picture, and uploading them to Google Classroom. They MUST upload the problems for credit. I look at each assignment from each student.
3. Review:
I will go over the problems, either as a class or in small groups, each day.
Math Part 2: "Independent"
Morning Class: 8:45 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
Afternoon Class: 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
4. Edpuzzle + Khan Academy Video
Students will watch another video, from Khan Academy's Youtube channel. This video MUST be watched on Edpuzzle.com. I will have it posted there each day. Edpuzzle tracks the percentage of the video finished and allows me to put questions in the video to break it up. These videos range from 2-5 minutes but, rarely, can be closer to 10. 
5. IXL + Khan Academy Assignment
They will have 1 of these a day. It will be specified on Google Classroom where they are to go and what they are to do. The completion of Khan Academy assignments is a score of over 70%. Completion on IXL is a SMART SCORE of at least 80. 
6. Xtramath
Students must complete this daily. It can happen first thing in the morning or at any point in the day. It is a 6-minute basic math facts program. They access this through IAM--> Clever--> W. Prott's Page--> Xtramath. Students do three rounds of basic math facts until they "pass" each operation. Each round is 2 minutes. Xtramath is not something they can turn in "late"; if it isn't completed each day, they miss the chance to complete it for that day.
Science: 
Morning Class: 9:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Afternoon Class: 12:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.

7: Teacher Video: 
Students will watch a video filmed by one of the 5 Math/Science teachers at NWR. We will be keeping these videos to ~8 minutes maximum. It is extremely important students watch that as it will be teaching the core Scienceconcepts we cover in 5th grade.
8. Assignment: Science Book or Google Form
Student assignments will mostly be completing pages in their Science packets (that you pick up from the school or print off of the Classdojo Class Story page). They will complete pages, take a picture of them, and upload them to Google Classroom for credit. Sometimes they will have a Google Form Quiz to fill out instead. 
9. Discussion Days:
About every 3rd day will be a discussion day with no video/assignment.