Hypothesis for Blackboard, planning better breakout rooms in Zoom, writing exercises, and better audio for remote teaching
Experiences teaching over Zoom, increased student participation, and a new appreciation for synchronous learning
Grading discussion posts, building community, and establishing conceptual understanding
Holding class outdoors, interactive A/V classes, alternating attendance, and student presentations over Zoom
by Elif Kalaycioglu, Political Science A key goal for my hybrid, advanced seminar this semester is to get students to think about the multiple roles that expertise plays in diverse domains of global politics. This requires familiarity with a range of IR theories on expertise, as well as linking these theories to concrete case studies.
by Diana Leung, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at The University of Alabama. After the need for social distancing due to COVID-19, I had to transition my face to face classes to an online format. My teaching style relies crucially on the use