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Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022
12:30 – 1:30 pm Pacific / 3:30 -4:30 pm Eastern
Online via Zoom

In the fall 2021 semester, many faculty teaching primarily in-person classes on campus had to adjust their teaching for students who needed to participate in class remotely for a short time (for quarantine, or self-quarantine). In this workshop, Sarah Lohnes Watulak and Amy Collier will provide concrete strategies that they used to connect on-ground and remote students in their winter term course. Building these strategies now into your spring courses will help you to anticipate and minimize disruption, for yourself and your students.

Join us to learn about strategies for:

  • Making sure materials and assignments are clear and available online
  • Creating an ongoing pattern through the semester for all students (not just remote) to interact with each other via online activities such as annotation of readings or a warm-up discussion board used in conjunction with a live session
  • Incorporating technical and pedagogical best practices for live sessions when you have students joining remotely


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