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Check out our Remote Learning Guide for Students.
This is designed to help you to be a successful learner while Learning from Home. If you have a printer at home, you may like to print off a copy and stick it above your study desk.
It is expected that all students at Erina High School are safe and responsible when working online:
To send a message to a teacher, login to the Student Portal, select Teacher Messages from the portal home page, select the teacher from the list in the Send a Message section and follow the prompts.
Teachers send messaged to you and your classmates in the Portal and in Google Classroom. It is important that you check for new messages from your teachers each day.
Google Classroom is the platform that your teachers use to deliver lessons to you online. It is important that you 'join' each class. This may include:
Announcements about work to be completed
Assignments/assessments with specific due dates
Resources to support your learning
Quizzes to check your understanding of concepts
Classroom can be accessed via the link below. You will need to sign in with your *erinahigh.com username and password
* A small number of classes use the @education.nsw.gov.au login. See the Google Classroom access codes link to see which classes require a different login.
Visit the Applications tab on the Portal for a complete list of Google Classroom Codes.
The Classroom app is available for iOS and Android.
Each week, teachers update the This Week at Home page with the topics of focus for that week.
The work is then posted on Google Classroom for you to complete.
These are your responsibilities as a learner from home:
For more information please go to the following link: Advice to Parents and Carers
Remote learning guidelines for students and parents
Learning environment checklist
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