Welcome to our SFCorConnect Hub! While our campus and physical classrooms are temporarily closed, Convent & Stuart Hall students are busy learning remotely. Please scroll down for more information about our SFCorConnect distance learning program.

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Types of Learning

In our new remote online learning environment, the way in which learning occurs for students is generally divided into two main categories.

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Like a regular classroom, teachers and students interact in real time, sharing the same digital space at the same time.

Examples of synchronous learning in an online setting include:

  • Virtual Classroom: Students participate in live Zoom video sessions hosted by their teacher.

  • Shared Environment: Whiteboards, breakout rooms and screen sharing allow multiple users to collaborate. 

  • Class Discussions: Students exchange ideas in a live discussion board moderated by their teacher. 

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Students engage in school work but do not interact with their teacher or classmates at the same time.

Examples of asynchronous learning in an online setting include:

  • Recorded Lessons: Students watch a video presentation or slideshow posted by their teacher.

  • Discussion Groups: Students contribute to interactive group documents on their own time.

  • Independent Work: Students complete an assignment and submit it online.


Faculty and staff are available via email during regular school hours. If you have technical issues or questions about school-supported devices, please email support@sacredsf.org.

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