FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Who is considered a Partner Teacher?
A Partner Teacher is any teacher that chooses to enroll their students into a CWW Course.
How will CWW courses align with my current classroom schedule?
CWW Core Classes are taught synchronously according to the Lead Teacher’s schedule. Partner Teachers are encouraged to sign up and bring their students, but adaptations can be made for asynchronous learning. Enrichment Modules are designed to align with your current course schedule.
What interaction takes place between students in a lead classroom and a partner classroom?
Lead Teachers are directly teaching the students in their own classrooms and will seek to integrate all students if/when possible through our learning management system, Class Technologies.
The Course Catalog says that it features courses for 6-12th graders. What offerings are there for Middle School students?
We currently offer 4 Core Classes for Middle School students and 4 Enrichment Modules through community partners like BUILD.org, Sociedad Latina, Outschool, and more.
Do Lead Teachers and Partner Teachers meet to plan ahead of the program launch?
Yes! Lead Teachers and Partner Teachers will set the cadence but it is recommended that teachers meet at least once for 30 minutes to align the course.
Are students who take CWW classes offered credit?
Students who take CWW classes receive credit through their Partner Teacher, who is also their teacher of record.
What modifications are made for students with IEPs, ILPs, or that need special accommodations?
Our Partner Teachers serve as the teacher of record for their class and will be able to provide the same level of support/ accommodations as they would in their regular classrooms. Additionally, we recruited volunteers, which include graduate students studying education from Northeastern University, Boston University, and Boston College.