Teaching Measures for the Fall Semester 2021
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and to protect the health and safety of all CMU teachers and students, the first 3 weeks (September 13 - October 3) of the fall semester 2021 will adopt the hybrid measures -“Simultaneous Rotation of In-Person and Online Courses”, with the following regulations:
- Time period: September 13 (Mon) – October 3 (Sun)
- Classroom capacity (according to the regulation of CDC level 2 alert):
(1) The capacity for lecture classroom is estimated to be 60% of the original capacity. However, it must meet the regulation of less than 80 people, and keep the 1.5 meter social distance.
(2) The capacity for laboratory courses is estimated to be 2.25 square meters per person. In addition, it must meet the regulation of less than 80 people, and keep the 1.5 meter social distance.
(3) Outdoor courses are limited to maximum of 300 people, and it must meet the social distance of 1 meter.
- Teaching measures:
(1) Teachers shall come to the campus to give lectures. Depending on the classroom capacity, if all the enrolled students can be accommodated in the assigned classroom, students shall come to the campus for an in-person class. If not, students shall split into groups and take turns to engage in the course both in-person and online. Roll call shall be made for both in-person and online portion. Teachers shall pay attention to the students’ learning condition to keep the teaching quality.
(2) For the in-person and online course rotation, please make weekly rotation according to the number of enrolled students. Teachers can make adjustment according to the teaching plan (Office of Academic Affairs will explain the details later on.) For example: Students with singular student ID shall take the in-person portion on singular weeks, and on even weeks take the course online; and vice versa.
(3) Students with special circumstances that cannot attend the in-person course (e.g. international students that haven’t arrived Taiwan, students under quarantine or self-isolation, or other special conditions), please inform the instructor and your mentor and take the course online. Teachers shall not force those students to come to the campus for face-to-face class interaction. If students have both in-person and online courses during the same day, students can make utilize the empty classrooms, self-study rooms, library and other spaces (will be announced by Office of Academic Affairs later on.
(4) Laboratory courses, on-campus internship courses, and outdoor courses may be taught face-to-face. However, the number of students that are physically in classes shall abide to the regulation for classroom capacity.
(5) To help students (especially freshmen) become familiar with the online learning system, all teachers shall announce the class teaching measures on the Moodle platform before September 7. Teachers shall provide students with sufficient information for learning and evaluation, and pay close attention to the students’ learning condition.
- Other important notices:
(1) It is mandatory to wear a mask all the time while staying on campus.
(2) Please do register in the real-name registration system. All teachers and students must scan the QR code when entering the classroom or public spaces on campus.
(3) When the air-conditioner is on, the classroom doors can be closed, but windows at the diagonal corners of the classroom shall be opened to maintain good ventilation.
- The above regulation will be subject to change and be adjusted according to the latest announcement by the Central Epidemic Command Center and the Ministry of Education. Any changes will be announced one week prior to its implementation.
110學年度第一學期 教學上課方式 公告 (8/27起)