Hybrid/Remote Learning and Instructional Technology

We have tested and reviewed a variety of resources to make our classroom instruction available to those outside of the class. Based upon the schedule we have created, we do not need to make all our classes available for a complete “hybrid” (half the class is on campus and half the class is not) environment.

As mentioned, however, we must recognize that some students may fall ill or need to quarantine themselves for a significant period of time, or parents may be uncomfortable with their children coming to campus at certain points in the year. In those cases, students can receive the content of their classes synchronously.

In courses with mixed grades, we may sometimes have some students off campus and some on campus during density-scaling. In those courses, we will do the best we can to provide high quality synchronous education to students who are remote while instruction continues in the classroom.