Inside an In-Person Virtual classroom

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Inside an In-Person Virtual classroom

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These are six photographs I took of objects in my education classroom at St. Mary's University-San Antonio. My education course is the only course that I am taking in person. The classroom environment is very different from that of a pre-pandemic classroom.

The biggest differences are the number of students present in the classroom and the seating layout. I am one of two, sometimes three, students who attend the class in person. We are only allowed to sit in socially distanced seats marked by a brown paper rectangle; all other seats are required to be empty. Most of the cleaning takes place both before and after students arrive and leave class. My professor uses the disinfectant spray and wipes pictured here to clean the tables. Included also in these photographs are the instructions for using the disinfectant in both English and Spanish.

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#CoverYourFangs>A Day in the Life
#CoverYourFangs>From Face-to-Face to Zoom

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November 22, 2020

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This item was submitted on October 31, 2020 by Christopher Hohman using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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