A long time ago, I decided to take the slight risk of establishing my own
definition of classroom teaching to include required viewing in a
controlled environment (such as a campus or school media center or library).
This doesn;t really adhere to the letter of the "face-to-face" teaching
stipulations in the c law...but the hell with it. The fact is that there
is often not enough time in a standard class session to show and discuss
a film or video...and that review or close study of materials shown in
class or required or viewing demand work outside of formal classrooms.
So...I think I could bring this good faith definition into court and do
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