Transforming Teaching & Learning

Can Active Learning Co-Exist With Physically Distanced Classrooms?

Advocates for active learning worry that their favored approach will be hard to pull off in physically distanced classrooms -- and that instructors will revert to the straightforward lecture.

Ramping Up for Remote Instruction

Anticipating continued remote instruction this fall, nonprofits, ed-tech companies and institutions race to provide faculty with the resources and training they need to teach well online.

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‘Zoombies’ Take Over Online Classrooms

Digital disruptors sharing racist, sexist and pornographic content in Zoom videoconferences show no sign of slowing down as “Zoombombing” trend grows.

When Professors Get Sick

What to do when professors can't teach? Some administrators and instructors are making plans for unprecedented illness and even death among faculty members.

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.

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