Transitioning a flipped language course from blended to online delivery, Dr. Shenglan Zhang

A Collection of Teaching Advice: Teaching through the Pandemic

Transitioning a flipped language course from blended to online delivery, Dr. Shenglan Zhang

Shenglan Zhang, Associate Professor of Chinese, subscribes to the idea that practice is central to the acquisition of second languages. Synchronous, instructor-facilitated, and spaced-out practice paired with constructive feedback can enhance student speaking skills in times of social distancing!

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Serving up success: Devising a “class menu” for online teaching, Cason Murphy

A Collection of Teaching Advice: Teaching through the Pandemic

Serving up success: Devising a “class menu” for online teaching, Cason Murphy

As a faculty member in a discipline that creates an art form where self-isolation is difficult, if not impossible, Cason Murphy, Assistant Professor of Theatre, describes how embracing technology led to new and creative ways for his students to use their agency for practice and improvement of their performance skills.  

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Effective assessments in an asynchronous, online, large-enrollment chemistry course, Dr. Cristina Bonaccorsi and Ritushree Chatterjee

A Collection of Teaching Advice: Teaching through the Pandemic

Effective assessments in an asynchronous, online, large-enrollment chemistry course, Dr. Cristina Bonaccorsi and Ritushree Chatterjee

Cristina Bonaccorsi, Associate Teaching Professor of Chemistry and Ritushree Chatterjee, Senior Instructional Designer, Engineering-LAS Online Learning detail different assessment strategies to evaluate learning progress and communicate frequent and constructive feedback, affording students numerous opportunities to self-correct and reflect
 

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