Here’s what’s new:
- We edited the language around our interaction requirements to be clearer – namely, that multiple opportunities for student-to-student and student-to-educator interaction are required throughout the duration of the flex class. Because flex classes don’t meet live, a higher degree of interactivity is necessary in order to sufficiently engage and support learners.
- We provided more concrete examples of ways to make your flex class highly interactive, including ones that Outschool learners love! Feel free to use our list for inspiration or come up with your own creative ways to foster engagement and a sense of community.
- We linked to a list of third-party apps and tools popular with Outschool educators to help you discover additional ways to add interactivity to your flex class.
Check out the policy here!