Online Learning

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Hanover Online Learning is available to resident and non-resident students during the 2020 summer session.

Students are required to attend the mandatory face-to-face meetings for orientation, final exams, and standardized testing. Additional expectations for face-to-face meetings may be required for some Online Learning courses.

Students should discuss online learning with their school counselor and parents to ensure that their personality and work habits translate to success in the online learning environment. Successful online students are self-directed and independent learners, actively participate in all online activities, effectively manage their time to meet class deadlines, have strong reading comprehension skills, and are proficient with the use of technology.

Students should consider the following questions prior to registering for an online course:

  • Am I self-motivated and disciplined? Students should be prepared to devote as much time to the online course as would be expected in a face-to-face course. (3-5 hours per day).

  • Am I receptive to information through written or visual context as opposed to spoken communication with an instructor?

  • Am I able to self-advocate and troubleshoot to get my institutional and technological needs met?

Course Offerings

Blended Learning Courses:

Online Learning Courses:

  • EPF100DL: Economics & Personal Finance
  • H468DL: Virginia & U.S. Government
  • M263DL: Geometry

Please see our face-to-face (F2F) expectations for summer online learning courses for more information.

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