A few examples I am aware of are mailing some applicable supplies (syringes, etc.) to the students' address to practice with during a Zoom meeting; or to have the student's pick-up a supply/materials box at the school to take home.
As for some practical experience with the instructor; some had elected to have the students come to class at a specific time by one or two persons at a time under controlled conditions, for an hour or two, to manipulate the materials under live guidance.
Completely transitioning all of the material onto an online platform and (both instructors & students) to maintain patience with learning on such platforms like Zoom.
I am not sure about the app specifics, but looking at it on a web browser, it looks like the attestation form does not ask for how many students are currently enrolled, just how many were enrolled over the last year; if it is a new program and had none, then I would attest to none. Also, I do not see any ratio questions of student to instructor either, but that answer would have to match what the case has been over the previous year, say for example, one instructor to twelve students (1:12). Another way to answer the ratio... (More)