Remote Language Learning, Tips and Tricks

4 Tips for Remote Learning with Rosetta Stone Foundations

Two students learning remotely.

As many educators and school administrators are navigating through this pandemic period finding resourceful information, we wanted to give you our best tips on how you can continue your language curriculum remotely using Rosetta Stone Foundations. 

Rosetta Stone Foundations can be used from home as part of a remote learning implementation during extended school closures or other special circumstances. Here are four key tips about program features to help inform educator contingency planning and support the successful continuity of student learning.

Tip #1 Create a Plan

Students can log into Rosetta Stone Foundations from home with an internet connection.

We recommend creating a plan for how students will log in at home and sharing that plan with parents or guardians. Teachers should share the Quick Start Guide for Accessing the Rosetta Stone program from home with families. This guide provides a space to include each students’ username, password, and log-in URL, as well as instructions for logging into both desktop and mobile versions of the Foundations program. If needed, here’s access to the Quick Start Guide in Spanish.

For schools utilizing Clever, students can also access the Foundations Learn Languages app by following the instructions in this guide here.

Be sure students are able to set up their headsets at home with this Headset Set Up Guide.  However, if they are in a quiet space, most can successfully use Foundations with the speaker and microphone available on their device, without a headset.

The final step of your plan is determining how much time you expect your learners to work in Rosetta Stone Foundations.  We suggest 3-5 times a week, for 15-30 minute sessions as best practice.  Be sure that both learners and parents know your time expectations. 

Tip #2 Provide Offline Resources

Students can continue learning offline using printed program resources. This option can be especially helpful in instances where supported devices are not available at home. Rosetta Stone Foundations offline instructional resources that can be printed ahead of time and sent home for extended practice and review.

Visit the Teacher Resources section of the Rosetta Stone Support Portal to access resources like: 

  • A Progress Tracker
  • Tests
  • Image Cards
  • Workbooks
  • Answer Keys for Workbooks and Tests

Tip# 3 Monitor Your Student’s progress

Administrators and teachers can continue to log into Administrator Tools to monitor student progress.

Click here for a review of the different types of reports that are available. Teachers may also choose to have their students track their own progress through the program by using the Progress Tracker.

Tip #4 Reach out to Tech Support for any type of help!

Technical Support will remain available for families and educators. For technical support while using the program at home, families and educators can contact Rosetta Stone’s Product Support team through the following channels:

Email: instsupport@rosettastone.com

Phone: 877–223–9848

Chat: support.rosettastone.com

As part of Rosetta Stone’s mission that every person can learn to speak with confidence, no matter the circumstance, we’re happy to assist with your extended closure support plan.

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