Tensions over HyFlex, a teaching model that offers courses taught simultaneously in person and online, are playing out at institutions across the country as the model has been adopted and branded by universities looking to reassure students that they have all bases covered.Â
As more colleges move to a form of teaching in which some students are in the classroom and others attend remotely, instructors wonder how itâs possible to engage everyone.
Readers share advice and resources for instructors starting to work on anti-racist pedagogy and for academics of color seeking support and community.
Students will return to college this fall after months of protests and debate on racism. How do you prepare for those conversations in your classes?
You may have heard teaching experts talk about the effects of stress on learning. We explain what that means for your teaching. Â
The things that make learning effective in person need to be reimagined.
A faculty member shares her story of burnout, and how she overcame it, as a way to help others who feel exhausted, and sometimes disillusioned, by the shift to remote teaching.
Whether finding unusual ways to reduce stress among their students or adapting assignments to focus on the coronavirus, instructors have come up with clever methods to teach remotely.
They rallied to get through the spring after Covid-19 hit, but theyâll need to deliver a better learning experience if they want skeptical students to return.
Do you know what your students and professors are experiencing during Covid-19? Try enrolling in a course, says one college president. Â Â Â