|Spring Semester 2022 Plans (For undergraduates / as of February 8 2022)|
▣ The Ministry of Education is requesting the expansion of face-to-face activities at universities, judging that it is necessary to return to normal in response to accumulated learning deficits and social interaction due to the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic.
(Reference: Ministry of Education(2022.2.7.) “Spring 2022 university quarantine management and academic management plan against Omicron variant”)
▣ Face-to-face classes will be expanded from the first semester of 2022 in order to prevent students from learning, social‧emotional deficits, and maintain university` s educational and research functions.
※ It may be readjusted depending on the COVID-19 situations and changes on plan of the Ministry of Education.
▣ Class Operation :Each college could autonomously proceed with the approval of the dean, but decide whether to face-to-face or non-face-to-face class after sufficient communication (voting, discussion, etc.) in compliance with the guidelines for face-to-face class operation and classroom quarantine management.
※ The first week of classes for all courses will be conducted ‘online’
(But, face-to-face classes are available for practical music classes from the first week of semester.)
※ Please notify the office of Academic Affairs of the status of face-to-face classes for each college according to separate guidance.
1) Criteria for face-to-face classes
※ Face-to face in principle : Face-to-face classes could be conducted autonomously in compliance with the classroom quarantine
management guidelines. However, switch to non-face-to-face is possible with the approval of the dean after consultation between
the instructor and the student if there is a request for it.
※ Face-to-face allowed : Face-to-face classes are conducted only for courses approved by the head of the affiliated college.
2) Classroom quarantine management guidelines: Compliance to classroom quarantine management and installation of partitions
are highly recommended in face-to-face classes.
※ Reference to the Ministry of Education announced in February 2022, ‘Guidelines for classroom quarantine management for Spring 2022.’
▣ Midterm Exam
1) Exams are taken in person during face-to-face courses, and please comply with the ‘classroom quarantine management guidelines’.
2) Please decide whether to take the ‘face-to-face test’ after sufficient communication and collecting feed backs (voting or discussions, etc) for the ‘online lectures’.
3) Non-face-to-face evaluation must be allowed for those in quarantine, confirmed cases, staying overseas, and taking an in person examination is impossible due to COVID-19 symptoms (fever, respiratory symptoms, etc) and there should be no disadvantage when grading based on face-to-face and non-face-to-face evaluation.
▣ Final Exam
1) Exams are conducted in person regardless of whether it is face-to-face class or not, and please comply with the ‘classroom quarantine management guidelines’ during face-to-face tests.
2) Switch to non-face-to-face test is possible with the approval of the dean after sufficient communication and collecting feed backs (voting or discussions, etc.)
3) Non-face-to-face evaluation must be allowed for those in quarantine, confirmed cases, staying overseas, and taking an in person examination is impossible due to COVID-19 symptoms (fever, respiratory symptoms, etc), and there should be no disadvantage when grading based on face-to-face and non-face-to-face evaluation.
▣ All classes will be evaluated on an absolute grading scale.
(except for classes evaluated with Pass/Non-Pass scale).
※ Instructors should clearly announce the criteria for evaluation in accordance with the ‘absolute evaluation’.
▣ Face-to-face classes
1) Instructors and students must follow the guidelines for ‘classroom quarantine management guidelines’ such as keeping the social distance, wearing masks during face-to-face classes.
※ It is highly recommended to install partitions for ‘classrooms with seats’.
2) Provide online classes for those who do not attend the offline classes, and prohibit discrimination against them
※ Instructors provide simultaneous online classes or upload recorded lectures on E-campus for those who cannot attend the offline classes due to their status staying overseas, COVID-19 confirmed, or in quarantine.
3) Follow the guidelines on COVID-19 Prevention
- Fever test at front·back gates of school, equip with hand sanitizers in each classroom, wear masks, replace microphone covers,
refresh the air quality frequently in classrooms, and follow the guidelines when using some equipments require air circulation such as
- It is not allowed to attend offline class for those who have COVID-19 symptoms (fever, respiratory symptoms, etc.)
- Mandatory for those who have symptoms to report in advance to their instructor by K* Talk, E-mail, etc, and to be in quarantine
- No disadvantage in attendance for those who cannot attend offline classes due to any symptoms of COVID-19.
※ The student should check with the instructor whether the attendance is accounted or not.
4) Each college should establish and operate its own plan for quarantine management.
- It is responsible for instructors to manage complying classroom quarantine guidelines such as keeping a distance between students
and wearing masks, etc.
※ Quarantine passes are not applied when using indoor sports facilities for classes.
- Checklist for classroom inspection during face-to-face classes
▣ Online classes :It must be ‘real-time online lectures’ or ‘online lectures provided by instructors. Interactive feed backs are suggested regularly between instructors and students (real-time Q&A, real-time discussions, etc), in the case of ‘online lectures provided by instructors’.
▣ Attendance acknowledgement based on COVID-19 vaccination
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