|September(from 3rd~5th week of semester) Class Operation Plan according to the adjustment of social distancing to the 2nd step|
September(from 3rd~5th week of semester) Class Operation Plan
according to the adjustment of social distancing to the 2nd step
A. As social distancing in the metropolitan area has adjusted to the 2nd step as of 2020.09.14(Mon), school will operate both online classes and face-to-face classes until the infectious diseases stage is reached to the stabilization.
B. Class will be operated on ‘online classes’ in September, and only few classes required with practice or experiment will be conducted as face-to-face classes to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
※ The class operation plan could be readjusted depending on the situation of COVID-19.
2. Class Operation Plan (from 3rd to 5th week of the semester)
A. Period: September 14 (Mon) ~ October 5 (Mon) [Including Chuseok Holidays]
B. Operation Plan
1) Theory subjects(including having experimental and practical plans) and liberal arts: Online classes
2) Major courses focused in ‘experimental, practical’:
To achieve the purpose of education, face-to-face classes will be conducted only for the subjects approved by the emergency committee.
(non-approved subjects are conducted online.)
※ Conditions for face-to-face classes (in compliance with the below two conditions)
1) The number of students attending face-to-face classes should be less than 50.
2) The prevention guidelines such as maintaining safe distance must be followed. Also, classroom should be secured to hold less than 1/3 of the classroom’s capacity
C. Principle of Class Operation
1) Online class : will be operated by mixed way of the video lectures produced by the instructor and real-time video lectures.
2) Face-to-face class
a. Only for subjects required with experiment, practice and approved by the emergency committee
※ Even if subjects have been approved for the face-to-face classes, cannot be conducted as face-to-face classes unless the subjects are experimental, practical classes.
b. Online classes should be provided simultaneously and reverse discrimination is prohibited against those who do not attend face-to-face classes.
※ Instructors must provide online lectures such as live video classes or video recordings of the lecture through e-Campus for those who do not attend face-to-face classes.
c. Comply with the COVID-19 prevention guidelines.
d. Each college manages its own plan for disinfection and control of its members: the instructor becomes the person in charge of disinfection and manages the prevention guidelines such as social distancing, wearing masks, and seating designated seats.
3. Detailed principles for face-to-face classes
(based on the approval for 3rd to 5th week of the semester)
A. Use the space other than classroom such as computer room, playground, etc.
1) Indoor multi-sports facilities (judo-gym, main gymnasium, etc.) and Complex facilities (computer rooms, etc.) are open only for face-to-face classes.
2) Outdoor multi-gym facilities(main playground, tennis courts, basketball courts, etc.) are also open only for face-to-face classes.
B. Securing a classroom as number of attending students less than 50 and also less than 1/3 of the room’s capacity.
1) In case of face-to-face classes, the prevention principles, such as maintaining safe distance, wearing masks for all instructors and students, must be followed, and the classroom needs to be secured so that the number of attending student is less than 50 and the class accommodate less than the 1/3 of the room’s capacity.
2) If the number of attending students exceed the standard, the classroom should be change to a bigger room.
C. Online classes should be provided simultaneously and reverse discrimination is prohibited against those who do not attend face-to-face classes.
1) If you have symptoms of COVID-19(high temperature, heavy breathing, etc.), please report it to the instructor in advance(by K·PUSH, e-mail, etc.) without attending face-to-face classes so that you can take self-quarantine for 3-4 days and take measures to prevent any disadvantages caused by absence.
2) Students staying overseas, currently in self-quarantine or those who do not agree to attend the face-to-face classes or can not participate in face-to-face classes due to limitation on student number of face-to-face classes will be provided online classes such as zoom or uploaded video lectures through e-Campus.
D. COVID-19 disinfection guidelines
1) Follow the guidelines : Checking body temperature at the front·back gate, setting hand sanitizers in each classroom, wearing a face mask, replacing microphone covers, frequent ventilation and disinfection of the classroom(open windows and doors frequently before and during the class), and using air purification systems and equipment based on guideline to use them
2) Students who have any symptoms of COVID-19 are not allowed to attend face-to-face classes.
E. Each college manages its own plan for disinfection and control of its members: the instructor becomes the person in charge of disinfection and manages the prevention guidelines such as social distancing, wearing masks, and seating designated seats.