Although remote classes may work well logistically and technically, you can subsequently lose the social nuances and connection of in-person classes. Finding ways to connect with students 1:1 may help.
Though some classes may require more face-to-face interaction by nature, instructors can still successfully engage students by allowing them to create communities to share their emotions and apply class knowledge with each other.
By collecting mid-semester feedback, instructors can improve student learning, gain insights leading to helpful changes to the subject, and prompt students to reflect on how their activities and strategies have affected their learning.
Without the serendipity of face-to-face interactions and shared physical spaces, we will now need creativity more than ever to replicate these ambient aspects of learning into our Zoom lives. Learn […]