Odsseyware MISD Online Credit Recovery. 2012-2013. Central Office Administration Sneed/Goree/Snow.
District CoordinatorCathy HudginsSet up district parameters, teacher’s rights, facilitates creating custom courses, training, adding teacher accounts, upkeep teacher OCR help website, assist campus leads.
High, Middle, Intermediate SchoolAssociate or Assistant Principal Campus LeadClosely monitor all OCR teachers on campus to make sure they are being supported and that they are following OCR policies. Ability to create enrichment courses (not for credit) and change thresholds for special needs students. Keeps waiting lists for after school programs.MISD Hierarchy
Filters all OCR forms from other counselors to make sure they are filled out completely and determine if a student qualifies for 6 week recovery over full semester recovery. Completes forms after student finished OCR course and delivers it to registrar for placement on transcript.
OCR TeachersSelected by Principal/APAbility to add students, assign courses, and change their own passwords. They cannot create courses or change passing threshold.
Courses that count for credit will have a title that ends in “for credit” so that they will not be confused with enrichment or assessment courses.
Every campus will have a designated OCR counselor that would filter all credit recovery applications going into the academic office to make sure they are completely filled out and to determine whether or not a student qualifies for 6 weeks recovery over full semester recovery.
For after school OCR, the counselor would keep a copy for their records and give the other two copies to the OCR administrator on campus.
Monitor teachers and students to make sure everyone is following policy.
ACTIVELY MONITOR students in the lab. Teachers must consistently walk the lab AND monitor Synchroneyes throughout the class period and after school labs.
Teacher MUST require students to take notes and show them to the teacher when requesting the teacher to unlock quizzes and test. The students are allowed to use their notes on lessons, quizzes, and test. Teachers MUST collect notes when a student finishes each unit and keep until the end of the semester.
Teachers will let counselors/Academic principal know of any students that are not working within the first 10 days of the semester. Teachers must contact parents and let them know that students are not working.