UC Berkeley professors design unconventional class structures for in-person courses

in-person classes vs online teachers
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In-person classes offered in the fall may have to accommodate social distancing and remote learning, as well as added background noise if the course is held outdoors.

To accommodate the needs of students and faculty during the COVID-19 pandemic, UC Berkeley will follow a “hybrid” education model with a variety of options for both in-person and online classes offered in the fall.
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