Students can see many views from home, dependent upon which view the teacher shares - full classroom, whiteboard, or slide presentation.
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thetimesweekly.com Providence Catholic High School returned to school with a unique hybrid of in-person and online instruction beginning August 24. The school has introduced technology that broadcasts classes to those students who are learning at home. “Our blended approach differs from other models and other schools,” explains Father John Merkelis, OSA, President of Providence Catholic. “The student body has been split into two cohorts, who attend class on alternating days. In addition, each classroom has been equipped with a camera and microphones, which broadcasts live to at-home learners to experience the entire classroom, including dialogue with fellow students, the whiteboard, and the teacher.”