Scheduling a Learning Power Presentation
How can I schedule a virtual presentation?
You may schedule a virtual presentation by emailing your Education Coordinator or clicking the link here.
How do I join the virtual platform? My students?
You will add your Education Coordinator as a co-host on the virtual platform that your school uses like Zoom or Microsoft Teams. Your Education Coordinator will send you the appropriate link for the virtual platform to share with your students including step-by-step instructions via e-mail. The e-mail will also include codes you will share with your students to join the virtual presentation.
Do I have to download anything to access the virtual platform?
No, you do not have to download any software to access the virtual platform.
Where is the Education Coordinator’s virtual space (home, office, or classroom)?
Currently, the Education Coordinator’s virtual space is their home.
When teachers schedule a virtual presentation, will they have the option to schedule for their A and B students?
Yes, teachers may schedule virtual presentations for their A and B students. When communicating with your Education Coordinator, specify your school’s structure and schedule.
I teach multiple classes; how do I schedule a presentation for all of them?
You may schedule a presentation for multiple classes by communicating your daily schedule with your Education Coordinator (link). They will provide the best options for reaching all your students.
All my students are working from home, how do I schedule a virtual presentation for them?
To schedule a virtual presentation with your students working from home, follow the instructions and links provided by your Education Coordinator. Once you receive the virtual presentation links, phone number and/or code, you may distribute the information to your students.
In-Class Field Trip Safety Protocol
What steps are you taking to protect your health, the health of students, and the health of school personnel?
Education Coordinators will arrive with face masks and other personal protective equipment. We will use these in accordance with CDC, GaDOE and Georgia Power guidelines for safety. To limit spread on shared surfaces and ensure your classroom remains clean, each Education Coordinator will be equipped with a Safety Protocol Toolkit containing: hand sanitizer, antibacterial soap, gloves, disinfectant wipes and spray, and UV sanitizers. Any materials or equipment used during the presentation will be sanitized prior to each lesson.
What precautions are being taken to reduce physical contact with teachers and students in the classroom?
Modifications were made to face-to-face presentations to reduce physical contact among students and with the Education Coordinator. Modifications include, but not limited to, providing individual sets of supplies for hands-on activities, allowing teachers and students to keep new materials used in the presentation, utilizing gaming systems on students’ personal devices, and interactive instructor-led demonstrations.
What steps are Education Coordinator’s taking prior to entering a school building?
Prior to reporting to a scheduled face-to-face presentation, Education Coordinators are required to perform a “COVID-19 Self Screening.” This assessment evaluates symptoms, temperature, possible contact and travel activity within 14 days of the presentation. If the Education Coordinator, responds “YES” to any of the screening questions, they will contact you immediately and must not report to the school.
Are extra precautions taken to clean and disinfect surfaces and materials used for presentations?
Yes, items that are reused during each presentation will be sanitized using a disinfectant. Materials and surfaces will be thoroughly cleaned between each session. Education Coordinators will provide hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes as needed during and after each presentation. Additionally, UV light sanitizers will be used to reduce the spread of germs.
Face-to-Face Learning Power Presentation
Are you providing face-to-face lessons in classrooms?
We are not currently offering face-to-face lessons.
What technology platforms or websites do my students and I need to access a virtual presentation?
Nearpod is the primary platform used to conduct a virtual presentation. Additionally, Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Kahoot may be utilized. This is dependent on your access to each platform. A link will be provided to get started with the virtual presentation.
What materials do my students and I need during a virtual presentation?
Teachers and students will only need an electronic device (phone, tablet, laptop, etc.). The device does not require a specific operating system.
Do I need to print any activity sheets?
No, you do not need to print any activity sheets. However, a copy of the activity sheet is provided on the Learning Power website for your use. Click here to access each grade level.
What grade-level presentations are offered virtually?
To start the 2020-21 school year, grades 3, 5, 6, 8, and High School Nuclear will be offered virtually. The plan is to have grades K-12 available. Please check with your Education Coordinator for availability. Request a Learning Power presentation or e-mail your Education Coordinator.
How does a virtual presentation differ from face-to-face?
The content presented in a traditional face-to-face interaction will be similar in a virtual presentation. The difference is hands-on support. A virtual presentation will utilize guided interaction and game-based systems for engagement.
How will my students receive their SWAG item?
SWAG or engagement items will only be given to students who receive face-to-face presentations.
Will I have an opportunity to provide feedback on the virtual lesson?
After each session you will be provided with a survey where you can provide your feedback
How long are the virtual presentations?
The time length of a virtual presentation differs by grade level. Each virtual presentation is roughly 30-50 minutes.