Students – Responsibilities

Your Responsibilities During Online Learning

  • Identify a safe, comfortable, quiet space in your home where you can work effectively and successfully.
  • Monitor the Marist Learning Portal regularly and your emails for announcements and feedback from teachers.
  • Complete tasks with integrity and academic honesty. Do your best work, meeting timelines and due dates.
  • Communicate proactively with your teachers if you cannot meet deadlines or require additional support.
  • Collaborate and support classmates in their learning.
  • Comply with the College’s policies regarding behaviour.
  • Seek out and communicate with College staff as different needs arise.

Focus your Mind

  • Wake up with enough time to get ready and have breakfast before 8.35 am.
  • Log onto the Marist Learning Portal, check announcement and take notes of your live conferencing times.

Your Space

  • Set yourself up in a quiet area, at a desk or table and try and limit distractions.
  • Have your books, notepads and pen handy.
  • See the graphic below for more tips.

Your Clothing and Etiquette

  • Remember you will be live conferencing. Be dressed in your appropriate clothing.
  • Be respectful and understand online behaviours and its effects. Talk to your teachers online how you would in class.

Be Healthy

  • Have your water bottle handy.
  • During breaks, stretch your legs and get some fresh air.

Assessment

During the time where students are learning at home, all assessment for Years 5-10 will be formative.  That is, there will be diagnostic activities that inform of a student’s understanding and progress but these will not be reported on at the end of the semester.

In Year 11, all assignment based work will proceed and be submitted as normal unless other arrangements are communicated.  We will be guided by QCAA policy regarding supervised assessments (exams) during this time.  Some exams may run in a timed, online platform with remote supervision.

Assessment for Year 12 will be determined by the QCAA.

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