(1) 教室的師生人數應為室內80 人以內，或室內超過80 人但容留人數應符合室內空間至少1.5 米/人(2.25平方米/人)，並以實際座位數入座且不限梅花座/間隔座。
Greetings, teachers and students:
As a result of a letter from the Ministry of Education on October 4, 2021, amending the "Guidelines for the Management of Epidemic Prevention in 110 School Year of Colleges and Universities in Response to COVID-19", we will adjust the epidemic prevention regulations for in-person attendance. After the discussion and resolution of the epidemic prevention team meeting on October 6, 2021, the teaching methods of this semester should be adjusted as follows:
Ⅰ. Physical classes and examinations (differentiated by the "number of students on the attendance list" and "number of students in the classroom"):
1. Considering the teaching and learning quality, we will resume physical attendance for courses and exams under 80 caps, but please comply with the aforementioned guidelines for epidemic prevention.
2. For courses above 80 caps, physical attendance is also feasible if the classroom is big enough for keeping proper social distance. Please comply with the aforementioned guidelines for epidemic prevention.
3. When the number of caps is above 80 and the classroom size is not big enough for social distancing, students should, under mutual consent with the teacher, alternate in-person attendance every other week in 2 batches--for example, odd number ones come in the first week and even number ones in the second. Please comply with the aforementioned guidelines for epidemic prevention.
4. If there are foreign students in the class who are unable to come to school during the quarantine period, teachers are also requested to continue to provide online teaching to ensure that foreign students' right to education.
Ⅱ. Applicable period: After the Double Tenth consecutive holiday ends, that is, from October 12, 2021 (Tuesday), teaching will be conducted in accordance with the aforementioned regulations. For this week, the teaching method remains as previously agreed upon.
Ⅲ. Normative principles of epidemic prevention management guidelines: (Purple indicates the newly revised content)
1. Physical attendance
(1) For caps below 80 or caps above 80 [but in a room big enough for social distancing--at least 1.5 meters/person (2.25 square meters/person)], students may be seated according to the actual seats available. No need to alternate with an empty seat before/behind or on both sides. *The number of occupants is calculated by dividing the floor area of the activity place (excluding fixed facilities and equipment) by 2.25 square meters.
(2) Adopt a fixed seating plan and leave a name record each time. If not applicable, the teacher should take a picture each time at checking attendance and save it for subsequent epidemic investigation.
(3) Teachers and students should wear masks and disinfect their hands during class. No eating or drinking is allowed during class.
(4) The classroom should be well ventilated (if there is air-conditioning, the door can be closed, but a window should be opened at the opposite corner of the classroom, and each window should be open for at least 15 cm) and cleaned regularly, and if there are operating equipment and machinery in class, they must be properly cleaned up.
2. Sports, swimming, experiment/practice courses, performing arts courses
(1) Physical education: social distancing (1 meter outdoors, 1.5 meters indoor) should be maintained, masks should be worn throughout. Avoid sharing equipment but if needs be, disinfect before rotation. The number of teachers and students entering the sports venues should be in line with the accommodation capacity. Keep the name record, strengthen the disinfection and cleaning of the environment and equipment.
(2) Swimming class: control the number of people attending the venue, keep the name record, measure body temperature, maintain social distancing, disinfect environmental facilities, maintain air circulation, closely monitor the residual chlorine content of the water, and wear masks all the time except for swimming.
3) Experiment/practice class: fixed grouping should be adopted, and students should avoid sharing equipment; if there is a need to rotate, it should be thoroughly disinfected.
(4) Performing arts class: Except for wind instruments, masks must be worn throughout the course of other events. For wind instruments, you can temporarily take off the mask when you are playing, and put it back on when the practice is over. In addition to teaching and demonstration needs, instructors need to wear masks throughout the process. Please use personal mouthpieces and do not share; each performer in the theater class should best have one's own microphone.
Best wishes for safety and health
Sincerely, Academic Affairs Office 2021.10.06