New Blog Series Asks Faculty to Share What Practices They Will Carry Forward in Post-pandemic Teaching
With the outbreak of COVID-19 and the resulting shift to alternative modes of instruction, faculty and other instructors had to practice a form of adaptive teaching to meet the learning needs of their students. As the fall semester came to a close, CFT graduate teaching fellow Mohammad Meerzaei interviewed faculty members from across the campus asking one provocative question: How did this period of adaptive teaching make them better instructors? In this blog series titled “Never Going Back,” instructors reflect on their experiences teaching during this challenging year and share new teaching practices and beliefs about teaching that they will carry into their post-pandemic teaching.
- Katie Clements: A new arrangement of lectures and reading assignments
- Elisabeth Sandberg: Enhanced quality time in teaching
- Patrick Murphy: Turning a language course into a learning community
- Meredyth Wegener: ‘Oxford Hours’: time to re-establish the class as a community
- Mark Schoenfield: A pedagogic asset created
View the full blog series.
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