Wed, August 5, 2020

Due to the international travel implications following COVID-19, two Sheldon College students have been stuck overseas since earlier in the year, meaning that home learning at the College has not yet come to a complete halt. 

Despite the remainder of students being back on campus, these two students are taught by classroom teachers using a combination of Swivl and Zoom to enable them to actively participate in their timetabled lessons. 

The College is proud of its efforts to continue providing quality learning opportunities for these two students despite the circumstances, by utilising the College’s well-established learning management system (LMS), iLINQ, as they did during the home learning period. 

The iLINQ Learning Management System ensures that the students are able to remain up-to-date with what is happening around the College, as well as gaining access to classroom specific resources and submitting assessment items. 

Everyone remains hopeful that normalcy will soon resume and that these two students will soon be able to safely join their peers in the classroom.