The Ohio Department of Education is now requiring QDA (and all eSchools) to calculate attendance based on hours instead of days. QDA has created the following extended offline learning opportunities form that students can complete if they are working offline for an extended period of time.
Examples of Extended Offline Learning Opportunities:
Homework (Example: math practice problems, spelling flashcards, etc.)
Reading a textbook or other course related document
Again, these are just a few examples of extended offline learning opportunities. Please contact your Instructional Supervisor if you are unsure if the activity qualifies.
QDA would like to remind students that they are required to work 5.5 hours per day for 5 days per week (students need to have 920 hours by the 180th school day). The QDA Learning Management System is capturing your total online time when you login. Please remember to keep the QDA LMS page open while you are working on online educational activities and to logout when you have completed your educational activities (this will capture your "online" time).
How to access the Extended Offline Learning Form
There is a link in the attendance notice once you login.
The QDA Learning Management System was developed to provide students with a centralized location to access their coursework, information, and support. If you have a question or issue, simply click the SUPPORT link on the top menu to access all the available resources on this site.
While QDA provides resources and tutorials so students can access information 24/7, we never want students to become frustrated so feel free to give us a call at 1-866-968-7032 from 9AM-5PM, Monday - Friday.