Online Options

  SUMMARY of OPTIONS for 2021-22 

CDLS, working with CEL, has developed three ways to partner with CDLS to expand solutions for districts and options for students. Districts can use any or all of the following options.  Pricing is tentative, based on funding.  A summary and details of all three options are provided below.

CDLS launches Learning Recovery short courses. Complete descriptions and links to full summer and fall course catalogs outlining all available course options at: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lrlf7RmjqiyddYPXvXDmYOFts1Og6thy/view?usp=sharing

 

Needs Survey: We are also asking districts to complete a very short needs survey to help CDLS and CEL to access the overall online needs districts are looking at for the summer and fall terms.  CDLS needs your feedback so we are prepared to support you and your students: https://forms.gle/YTY23JFNZviq33eM9

Course DemosClick Here for information on how to access course demos.

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Course Enrollment Option

CDLS Teacher + CDLS Course

This option provides access to all the CDLS courses taught by a Colorado certified teacher. A school district can enroll one student, enroll a group of students.  The Course Enrollment option allows students to access courses that the district cannot support locally (i.e. AP, Concurrent, CTE, STEM, Electives, etc.).

CDLS PROVIDES

  • Access to over 200 K-12 online courses
     

  • Access to Student Information System (SIS) portal and Learning Management System (LMS)
     

  • All courses taught by licensed Colorado teachers
     

  • Registration and tech support to students
     

  • Just-in-timing training provided so school district personnel can effectively use embedded support tools and monitor student progress
     

  • Supported by funds provided by the state legislature and a registration fee

DISTRICT PROVIDES

  • District provides student access to necessary technology, including internet access.
     

  • District provides a site coordinator(s) to monitor student progress locally and to approve proper student placement in courses.

COURSES

COST

MS/HS (6-12)

  • $150/student/course/semester
     

  • This option includes a CDLS instructor as the lead instructor and access to all courses available from CDLS.
     

  • Learning Recovery (short courses): $100* per/student/semester
     

  • AP course registrations: $175* per student/course/semester
     

  • Concurrent course registrations: $150* per student/course/semester PLUS Adams State University tuition.

  

Elementary K-5

  • $150 for each student loaded in CDLS LMS.
     

  • Cost is for year-long access to ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies, Art, and PE content.
     

  • $150 for online teacher per student/semester

 

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District Flexibility Option

DISTRICT Teacher + CDLS Course

This model provides all the support as outlined in the Course Enrollment option above, with the flexibility for courses to be taught by a local teacher.  This option allows districts to expand course options for students utilizing local teachers as instructors and coaches in areas where the district may be limited by size, teacher shortages, and capacity of local teachers to support multiple preparations/courses.

This model provides all the support as outlined in the Course Enrollment option, with the flexibility for courses to be taught by a local teacher.  This option allows districts to expand course options for students utilizing local teachers as instructors and coaches in areas where the district may be limited by size, teacher shortages, and capacity of local teachers to support multiple preparations/courses.

CDLS PROVIDES

  • Same components as Course Enrollment option, except with a local district/school teacher
     

  • Allows local teachers to independently teach a CDLS provided course or to “co-teach” with or be “mentored” by an experienced CDLS instructor
     

  • Allows district/school to support a “district cohort of students” giving greater flexibility in setting calendars, customizing content, and supporting students locally.
     

  • Supported by funds provided by the state legislature and a registration fee

DISTRICT PROVIDES

  • Same components as Course Enrollment option, plus a local district/school teacher
     

  • CDLS can provide additional teacher support as requested.

    • Teacher training pricing and options available
       

COURSES

COST

K-12 courses

  • District instructor only- $100* per  student/course/semester
     

  • K-12 courses: district instructor and CDLS instructor/mentor- $150* per student/course/semester
     

  • *K-5 Elementary courses: Access to K-5 courses has an additional cost is $150 for each elementary student. This includes full year access to ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies, Art, and PE content. 

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CDLS/District Partnership Option

DISTRICT  online program

 

CDLS provides the district access to an Learning Management System (LMS) to deliver online course(s) and, if needed, fully online ready courses that the local teacher can use to teach online. The option will require a greater level of district support.

Districts also have access to free consulting services (in the areas of Strategic Planning, Policy Creation, Program Launch, etc.) as well as online courses through iLearn Collaborative.

CDLS PROVIDES

  • District Access to LMS

    • Ability for districts and teachers to develop their own “online” courses/content

    • Access to designated CDLS MS/HS core courses (Math, English, Science, Social Studies) at no additional per-student charge.

    • No limitation on the number of courses or how many students can access the courses.
       

  • Optional Support: CDLS can provide additional technical and teacher support as requested.

    • Technical support and training options and pricing available

    • Teacher mentoring and training options and pricing available

DISTRICT PROVIDES

  • List of teacher(s) who will have access to online curriculum.

  • Local technology support for own instance of LMS. 

  • Local student support structure (i.e.mentors, coaches).

  • Student access to necessary technology (computers, internet access, etc.)

  • Student account and course enrollment management

COURSES

Online courses from CDLS are available and limited to those in the CDLS core MS/HS course catalog.

  • High School & Middle School CORE COURSE LIST
     

  • Elementary K-5 COURSE LIST
     

  • AP, Elective, CTE, and World Language courses are available upon request at an additional cost.

COST

  • District Access to LMS: $300* per teacher account per year.
     

  • Elective and CTE courses are available upon request at $25* per student per year.  (Year-long all access to these courses.)
     

  • AP, World Language, and Credit Recovery courses: $50* per course registration per year.  Note: AP courses may require the purchase of a textbook.
     

  • K-5 courses available at a cost of $150* for each student seat. This includes full-year access to ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies, Art, Technology, PE, and Spanish content.