HAWKHub - Distance Learning
On Monday, March 30, in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, students began Phase 1 of our Distance Learning Plan utilizing asynchronous methodologies for delivery of instruction while integrating synchronous elements to foster meaningful interaction. On April 14, Princeton Academy transitioned to Phase 2 of our Distance Learning Plan which further implements synchronous elements and evolved innovative methodologies for the remainder of 2019–20 academic year. Please visit our Coronavirus webpage for updates and information on school plans as they relate to COVID-19. Please check back often as these pages will be updated frequently.
We are committed to bringing out the best in boys in every learning environment.
Frequently Used Distance Learning Terms
Class interactions happen via our Learning Management System (Class Pages on myAcademy) without real-time interaction. Students engage in class materials and complete work at their own pace, typically within a given timeframe, often using discussion boards to drive peer-to-peer engagement.
Class interactions happen in real time, at the same time. Students may virtually attend class together via video conference, livestream or chat.
A digital video recording of the teacher's computer screen, usually including audio narration. Screencasts are a form of instructional video.
A virtual meeting in which participants in different locations are able to communicate with each other with audio and video.
Kettle Up and Stay Connected!
Please keep in touch with us and share photos and stories of our distance learning journey via email. We love hearing from all of our HAWKS!
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