The Bell Schedule domain represents the start time and duration of one or more class periods in a day or over a course of days. A bell schedule represents a listing or register of regularly occurring events.
This domain contains:
The key concepts include the following:
The following diagram uses data to illustrate the connections between the key entities in the Bell Schedule domain:
This section contains reference information for the Bell Schedule domain model.
|BellSchedule||This entity represents the schedule of class period meeting times for a particular set of dates.|
|ClassPeriod||This entity represents the designation of a regularly scheduled series of class meetings at designated times.|
|EducationOrganization||This entity represents any public or private institution, organization, or agency that provides instructional or support services to students or staff at any level.|
|School||This entity represents an educational organization that includes staff and students who participate in classes and educational activity groups.|
|Section||This entity represents a setting in which organized instruction of course content is provided, in-person or otherwise, to one or more students for a given period of time. A course offering may be offered to more than one section.|
|Session||A term in the school year, generally a unit of time into which courses are scheduled, instruction occurs and by which credits are awarded. Sessions may be interrupted by vacations or other events.|
Bell Schedule Model