Online Learning

Online and Blended Learning

Online courses for high school students are made available through various online course providers. Our goal at Wayne RESA is to offer various e-learning solutions to our districts so that each district can select solutions that best meets its academic and financial needs. Hundreds of different courses are available for students for credit recovery, advanced placement, or electives.

As a GenNET Seat Time Waiver (STW) partner, we help facilitate STW options for Wayne County Schools through the GenNET Portal.

Wayne RESA also assists with blended online learning options for students through Moodle learning management system. Districts may choose a different tool if they the capacity to host and manage other tools. We partner with the REMC Association of Michigan to provide no/low cost solutions for Wayne County Schools.

For more information on online learning and/or blended learning options for your students, please contact Anupam Chugh at 734-334-1500.

MDE Links

MDE Seat Time Waiver Site

Pupil Accounting Documents Related to Online Learning

21F - Expanding Online Learning Options for Michigan Students

Section 21f of Public Act 60 of 2013 allows students in grades 6-12, with parent consent, to take up to two online classes through the district or statewide catalog. View Wayne RESA 21f presentation.

21f FAQ (developed by MDE and MVU)

21f Pupil Accounting Manual

MVU Guidelines and review process for statewide catalog of online courses

Additional Resources for Online and Blended Learning

International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL)

Self evaluation for potential online students

Characteristics of successful online students

Models of Blended Learning

Blended Learning Toolkit

The Basics of Blended Instruction (ASCD article)