Transforming Teaching & Learning

What Worked This Spring? Well-Designed and -Delivered Courses

Professors and students alike viewed their remote learning experience most favorably this spring when their courses incorporated more "best practices." That's the path to making the inevitable virtual education better this fall.

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Finite and Infinite Pedagogies
in the Transition Online

James Miller asks, as professors move to virtual instruction, how do they hold on to the open-ended creativity of discussion more common in the physical classroom?

Turning the Tide on Online Learning

Only when it provides the full range of instructional connection points available in a traditional classroom will it begin to be a viable educational model, argues William G. Durden.

Preparing for a Fall Without In-Person Classes

If campuses are still off-limits to students come September, this spring's version of remote learning won't suffice. Some colleges are preparing (quietly) to deliver better online learning at scale if needed.

The Big Transition

The University of Washington was one of the first U.S. institutions to move online amid the pandemic. Here's how faculty say the transition is going.

Moving Classes Online Is Hard. Online Discussion Can Help.

To achieve better success rates in online learning, we need to cultivate the sort of student engagement that's often the hallmark of great teaching and learning environments, writes Kathleen Ives.

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