Advocacy/Policy - Technology Associations, Acceptable Use Policies
Federal Programs and E-Rate - Technology Plans, Title II D of No Child Left Behind, E-Rate
Professional Development - Face-to-Face, Online, Online Curriculum Opportunities
Teaching and Learning - Technology Standards, Supplemental Online Course Procedures
Oklahoma has adopted the International Society for Technology in Education's National Educational Technology Standards for Students for the Oklahoma C3 standards. (210:15-3 part 23)
Oklahoma requires all public schools to offer supplemental online opportunities for all of their students. Supplemental means anything less than full time.
, if your child is interested in taking online courses for credit, contact your local district to see what sort of online options are offered. If your child has been denied an online learning opportunity, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide your students first name, last name, course that was requested, the reason that was given for denial, and any course of action that was taken by the school or district.
, District superintendents have access to the list of vendors and courses that have been submitted to OSDE by logging into the Wave. If a student is denied an online learning opportunity within a district, the State Department of Education should be notified immediately through the Online Supplemental Courses application on the Wave.
will need to request a username and password to be able to submit their information. Please email email@example.com, and provide your company name, contact persons first and last name, email address, phone number, and indicate that you need access to the Wave website to submit supplemental online course information. This information will be provided to the districts upon the close of the submission window. The online course information is of each year. Once you have submitted your information, you cannot resubmit unless OSDE releases your information for update and resubmittal. A few things to keep in mind are:
can view the list of providers here: Supplemental Online Course Providers
Schools will need to download the FERPA/Release of Confidential Information Waiver here. Schools will need to fill the form for each student participating in an online supplemental course and keep on file.
The following is a list of providers for online courses through the State Department of Education. For contact information and additional information about which courses are available please contact your local school district and they will have access to this information through the Wave website.
Recommended technology guidelines for purchasing technology that can be used for PARCC online assessments are available from the PARCC Technology Page.