During an academic year, where recent high school graduates found themselves attending college from home and not being able to participate in dorm life or other aspects of the first-year experience, building classroom community was even more important than ever.
Orchestrating successful peer review exchanges takes a lot of work. Now, though, as I read final drafts, I can see the rich results of that effort: stronger writing, stories that matter, and a community in which to share them.
A response to intellectual challenges from quarantine that appreciates spontaneous learning––without worrying about making progress on writing assignments.
What to do when a truck demolishes your wifi leaving you unable to teach.
First-Generation Students powerfully share their own experiences of being in the classroom during this time.
This panel presentation highlights a range of solutions to the unique challenges of teaching and learning across time zones.
This panel presents some of the pedagogical work being done on campus that uses digital technologies to work toward racial justice, or that questions racial justice and equity of digital media.
A pair of videos featuring students’ perspectives on inclusive classrooms and one faculty’s strategies for creating an inclusive classroom online.