Some students learn better in an actual classroom with an instructor. Following COVID-19 safety protocols and working with specific locations, Jason Franklin has been teaching in-person classes since late June. Class size is limited to ensure social distancing.
So far, there have been no issues and high school students were extremely glad to be in class and feel some sense of normalcy while learning how to be better test performers.
Online Video Class
For those that have legitimate safety concerns related to COVID-19, Jason has online video classes. Unlike what many students experienced in the spring of 2020 with online learning because high school teachers were suddenly asked to just do it, Jason is one of the most experienced and successful online instructors in the country.
Jason spent three years developing his online video class before it went live. The first live year the program was piloted among many high schools to determine what needed to be improved. The following year changes were made, and it was released nationally. This will be the ninth school year Jason’s online video class has been available.
Jason had an online video class before the University of Illinois offered their first online course!
Remote Live Class
The online video class allows the student to be independent, going as fast or as slow as they want, and working around their own schedule. For some students, they need more structure. Each season Jason will be doing at least one remote live class using zoom during one of his in-person classes. This allows a remote student to engage with Jason and students in the class while being safe at home.
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Because of COVID-19, Jason Franklin will only be holding in-person seminars at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, IL with limited capacity. Fortunately, they can now be watched online!