Our team of faculty development professionals are diligently working on resources and various support opportunities to assist faculty planning to teach in the socially-distanced classroom in the fall. This webpage will continue to be updated and we thank you for your patience.
Quick-Start Tips for Teaching in the Time of COVID-19: This webpage provides strategies to consider implementing before and during the fall 2020 semester to best support our students during the COVID-19 era.
- Active Learning in the Physically-Distanced Classroom: This downloadable document outlines five traditional active learning techniques and provided recommendations to help you modify them so that students can still engage while adhering to safety recommendations.
- Four Group Activities in the Physically-Distanced Classroom: Due to our need for social/physical distancing to reduce the potential spread of the COVID-19, some of our common teaching practices may not be possible. This downloadable document offers several learning activities that can be effectively used in the socially/physically distanced classroom.
- Risk Management in COVID-19: Our Experience Learning website offers risk management resources that have been developed specifically for COVID-19.
- 4 Quick Tips for Maintaining Student Engagement in a Semester Without Fall Break: This downloadable document outlines four tips for keeping your students engaged during the fall 2020 semester as we continue without our usual mid-semester break.
- Practices for Setting Clear Class Expectations: Navigating through ambiguous class expectations has the potential to negatively impact student engagement and achievement. This document outlines some practices for setting clear class expectations.